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DALDelta Air Lines (NYSE stock ticker symbol, ICAO code)
DALData Access Layer
DALDalhousie University
DALDarkness and Light (game)
DALDroit Au Logement (French: The Right to have a Home)
DALDeutsche Afrika-Linien (German: German Africa-Lines)
DALDirect Access Link
DALDomain Access License
DALDatabase Access Language
DALDelegate at Large
DALDesarrollando América Latina (Spanish: Developing Latin America)
DALData Access Language
DALData Abstraction Layer
DALData Access Logic
DALDedicated Access Line
DALDefended Asset List (US DoD)
DALDiffuse Aggressive Lymphoma (oncology)
DALDigital Asset Library (various locations)
DALDesign Assurance Level
DALDirect Algebraic Logic (Sharp calculators)
DALDispositif d'Aide a la Lactation (French: Lactation Aid Device)
DALDisk Access Lockout
DALDetached Address Label (US Postal Service)
DALData Accession List
DALData Access Line
DALDirect Access Line
DALDefect Action Level
DALDallas, TX, USA - Love Field (Airport Code)
DALDear Administrator Letter
DALDissemination Authority List
DALDedicated Advertising Location
DALData Aided Loop
DALDaily Activity Log
DALDigital Access Line
DALData Acquisition List
DALData Access List
DALDirect Applied Labor
DALDigital Acoustic Log (Geophysics)
DALDesign Accident Load
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Carmen McKnight and Craig Arthur are graduate students in mechanical engineering at Dalhousie University. They entered the 2009 Shell Eco-Marathon with four o]: their fellow classmates.
Faculty of Architecture, Dalhousie University. ISBN 0-7703-0718-3 $15.00
Ulrike Lohmann and Glen Lesins of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, recently used satellite observations to validate a climate model that estimates the indirect effects of human-generated aerosols on various properties of the most familiar aerosol of all--clouds.
Dalhousie University tops the list of The Scientist's "Best Places to Work in Academia." Results of an international survey were published in the prestigious magazine's November 2007 issue.
The report, produced by Lynn McIntyre, Faculty of Health Professions, Dalhousie University; N.
These tiny tadpoles rely on a superfast suction technique to catch prey such as minuscule water fleas, say Stephen Deban at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and Wendy Olson of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.