CAOL

AcronymDefinition
CAOLCoalition Air Operation Center (US DoD)
CAOLConference on Advanced Optoelectronics and Lasers
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Food writer, former chef and whisky enthusiast Richard Whittington, at www.malts.com, recommends powerful, smoky Caol Ila, from Islay, with salted, cured tuna or chorizo sausage.
Oil Refineries Ltd (TASE: ORL.TA), an Israel-based company that refines and stores oil, has announced that the company board of directors has approved the acquisition of Israel Petrochemical Enterprises Ltd (IPE) interest in Carmel Olefins (CAOL).
There are seven distilleries on Islay: Ardbeg, Lagavulin and Laphroig around Port Ellen in the south; Bowmore on Loch Indaal and on the opposite shore the reopened Bruichladdich, Caol Ila and Bunnahabain face Jura in the northeast.
Caol ila and Clynelish are two of Scotland's most elusive malt whiskies.
Always up with the pace, he led from the fourth flight and was not headed until close home, going down by three quarters of a length to Caol Na Sprida.
" Councillor Allan Henderson, for Caol and Mallaig, said: "Parking charges in Mallaig have been expected and discussed over a long period of time.
Channainn gu bheil a' mhor-chuid aca-san a' fuireach ait cliathaich an rathaid eadar Caol Loch Aillse agus an Gearasdan.
But despite anger from Christina's family towards MacInnes, the notices are both in Sammy's Fish & Chip Shop in Caol near Fort William.
Eleven-year-old Jodie Fraser (right) from Caol Primary School, Fort William, Scotland, stands next to her work '911' during The Barbie Prize shortlisted exhibition at the Royal College of Art, London.
Premiership title favourites Kingussie will be idle tomorrow after their game with Kilmallie at Caol was called off due to the death of Matthew Duncan.