CLAH

AcronymDefinition
CLAHConference on Latin American History (Department of History and Program in Latin American Studies; University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Charlotte, NC)
CLAHCackle Like a Hen
CLAHCongenital Lipoid Adrenal Hyperplasia (endocrinology)
CLAHChild Life and Health (University of Edinburgh; UK)
CLAHCouncil of Latin American History
CLAHContainer Lift Adapter for Helicopter
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References in classic literature ?
'Clah to goodness if dat conceit o' yo'n strikes in, Jasper, it gwine to kill you sho'.
Clah (1831-1916) kept a diary for 50 years (1859-1909) recording in detail his travels up and down the west coast of North America from Washington to the Yukon.
Clah's diary often mentions his own forestry work and that of others.
In particular, it is Chapter Four ("'Until the Gospel Came and Lifted Her'...") and Chapter 6 ("The Self-reflections of Arthur Wellington Clah") which are the richest finds.
(Anthony Clah is a graduate assistant in the strength and conditioning program, working with several of the varsity teams at Brigham Young University, including the men's and women's golf, tennis, and swimming and diving teams.)
Two indigenous evangelists: Moses Tjalkabota and Arthur Wellington Clah, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2004, 348-366.
'Clah to goodness if dat conceit o'yo'n strikes in, Jasper, it gwyne to kill you, sho'.
Such figures as Arthur Wellington Clah, in deep control of his twin powers, Tsimshian and Christian, appear significant as an example of what can be achieved in drawing together two disparate imaginations.
An uncle, Deshna Clah Chischillige, had been a tribal chairman in the 1930s.
The recent stormy weather, and subsequent early morning downpour, meant that the North One West clahs with Rochdale was only given less than an hour before kick-off.
Shaikh Mubarak bin Isa All Khalifa team will clahs with Mohammed Al Khathlan team.