CLUG

AcronymDefinition
CLUGClemson Linux User Group
CLUGCalgary Linux Users Group
CLUGCincinnati GNU/Linux Users Group
CLUGChemnitzer Linux User Group (Internet forum; Germany)
CLUGCochrane Library User Group
CLUGCaltanissetta Linux User Group (Italy)
CLUGCarolina Linux Users Group
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The Clug requires no winches, hooks or balancing acts.
Instead, Crow and Clug used much of the money they raised to cover their monthly salaries, rental of upscale apartments in Lima, and other living or travel expenses.
He was ably assisted by two other Presbyterian staff in Romania--Brian Johnston and Sonya Henderson, both of whom are involved in the work of a seminary in the city of Clug. Brian's principal task is teaching music, and we were treated to a brief recital by the seminary choir he directs.
The patented "no-valves" design eliminates problems caused by valves that clug or leak.
To win in batteries with the heavy shopper, a store must give these shoppers an opportunity to buy at low prices, even if this, involves larger package sizes like those offered in clug stores," Bishop says.
The "Photographica Eleven" auction will begin at noon July 1 in the Women's Clug of Hollywood, 1749 N.
CFR Clug, managed by Paulo Sergio, were there for a month.
Shame 95 per cent of the teams try to clug their way out of it with brute-force.
Naomi Hershkowitz was one of the people Kastner managed to get aboard the train out of the Clug ghetto in Budapest, by convincing the Nazis that such a show of mercy would lead to American co-operation.