CUL


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AcronymDefinition
CULSee You Later (chat)
CULCornell University Library
CULCuliacan, Sinaloa, Mexico (Airport Code)
CULColumbus Urban League
CULCatch You Later (chat)
CULCommunications Unit Leader
CULcommon-user logistics (US DoD)
CuLCreativity Unleashed Limited (UK)
CULCanadian Underwriters Laboratory
CULCommon User Language
CULCardiac Ultrasound Laboratory
CULClean Up Launceston (environmental organisation)
CULColored United Links (business union; est. 1881)
CULCentral University Libraries (Southern Methodist University; Texas)
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Now in its fifth year, the VHI GAA Cul Camps is is a nationally coordinated programme.
Plus, Cul De Sac is open noon to late seven days which it makes it a welcome retreat for any social event.
The Cul de Sac makes full use of its al fresco area, serving delicious sandwiches, tasty salads and light refreshments to customers, while they soak up the rays.
The Vhi GAA Cul Camps is a national programme that encourages primary school children between the ages of seven and 13 to learn and develop sporting skills irrespective of sporting skills or ability.
If Graham and I had gone to the Cul de Sac in the West End, I feel sure we'd have been transported back to our student days - even though they were spent in Aberdeen.
CUL is extremely well capitalized as reflected by an NAIC risk-based capital ratio at yearend 1998 of 362 percent of the company action level.
So the new Cul de Sac in Aberdeen will offer a full menu for those who want to eat, in addition to the bar.
Supporting this belief are the hefty capital contributions CU has made to CUL during the 1990's.
This year will see the expansion of the Vhi/GAA Cul Camps to overseas destinations.
As of yearend 1994, CUL had assets of $294 million and adjusted surplus of $17 million.