CRILE


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
CRILECentre for Research in Language Education (UK)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Crile's account makes it clear that the Soviets enjoyed an asymmetric advantage over the mujahideen in the form of the Mi-24 "Hind" attack helicopter.
For purposes of this article, I delete Crile, Glover, Naessens, and Rife, and replace those four with Nordenstrom, Kaali (as seen through Bob Beck's investigation), Ghadiali, and Koch.
The court quickly dealt with the question of whether Crile's art activity and her teaching activity should be treated as a single activity, reasoning that Crile's work as an artist began a decade before she began teaching as a professor, and that the two professions represent "two distinct activities" requiring different skill sets.
John Prados, George Washington University National Security Archive, 2001, available at: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/ NSAEBB57/usll.pdf, accessed 25 October 2012; Cordovez and Harrison, Out of Afghanistan, 384; George Crile, Charlie Wilson's War: The Extraordinary Story of How the Wildest Man in Congress and a Rogue CIA Agent Changed the History of Our Times, New York: Grove Press, 2003, 504; Grau, The Bear Went Over the Mountain, xviii-xix; Odom, The Collapse, 249.
Charlie Wilson's War, based on George Crile's book of the same title, is a portrayal of American politics that depicts the wild, yet devoted, Congressman Charlie Wilson (Tom Hanks) and the role he played in the covert Operation Cyclone against the Soviets in Afghanistan during the 1980s.
Chi, an associate member of the Cancer Center's Sara Crile Allen and James Frederick Allen Lung Cancer Program, said SABR has already been proven successful in treating early stage non-small cell lung cancer.
(12) By 1906, however, blood transfusion would return with the work of George Washington Crile, whose research in 1898 would reveal that saline solutions and blood were not exchangeable.
Neuroblastoma in an infant immersed in hot water bath at 46-47[degrees]C temperature for 67 minutes was completely destroyed (Crile 1961; 1962).
Many thanks are due to Professors Christopher Slobogin, Stephen Henderson, Ronald Allen, and Charles Yablon for their feedback on earlier drafts of this Article; my Dean's Fellows, Susan Crile, Christiane Cannon, and Kyle O'Grady, for their excellent research assistance; the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology for its invitation to participate in this Cybercrime Symposium; and the Washington College of Law for its financial support of this project.
George Crile, the journalist friend of Wilson who wrote the book "Charlie's War" is the grandson of Dr.