EDALEuropean Database of Asylum Law (EU)
EDALEdgar Allan Poe National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
EDALEducational Administration and Leadership (graduate degree)
EDALElectronic Data Access Library (Brown)
EDALExtended Dedicated Access Line (Sprint)
EDALEngineering Documentation Authorization List (Sprint)
EDALEnseignement a Distance et l'Apprentissage Libre (French: Distance Education and Open Learning)
EDALExeter & Devon Airports Limited
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Edal lamented that craft of making khes was dying, adding that his family was also not willing to stick to the profession.
Edal, who's suffered an emotional breakdown, finds herself drawn to the little community, even as she hides her profession from them.
York's loosely centred narrative begins with Edal, a federal wildlife officer driven to stress leave by an excess of dismay: her job with Customs involves detecting smuggled animals and their body parts.
On the back of the m edal were the letters RNR and a faint inscription of the name A Shorney.
The authors of the Etymological Dictionary of the Altaic Languages (EDAL) consider Altaic a language family of great time-depth, extending back to the fifth millennium B.C., older than Indo-European by at least a thousand years.
Lewis-Francis was hailed as one the world's best sprinting prospects after following his 2000 world junior 100 metres gold edal with some glittering displays against senior athletes.
"Le transizioni nel tempo, nello spazio edal grido alrultragrido: lettura del Dolore di Ungaretti." FI 38.2 (2004): 417-55.
Baillie is the face in a highlynced bowls also including Brown, Claire n and Lorraine that is expected ong Scotland's edal success.