ELAMS

AcronymDefinition
ELAMSExpandable Light Air Mobility Shelter
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References in classic literature ?
Few men knew Elam Harnish by any other name than Burning Daylight, the name which had been given him in the early days in the land because of his habit of routing his comrades out of their blankets with the complaint that daylight was burning.
And for twelve years Elam Harnish had continued to grope for gold among the shadows of the Circle.
At the end of the reel, Elam Harnish called the house up to drink again.
* PLAY TIME: Vanessa (nine), Joshua (10) and Madison Elam (six) with Rocko (s)
According to the "core-periphery" concept of political and social interaction, Elam should be "peripheral," often culturally dominated and at times politically controlled by Mesopotamia, and producer of a sparser indigenous textual tradition.
The prehistoric inhabitants of the area later called Elam may have been related to some of the people later described by others as Elamites, but connections are so distant that serious justification is required for inclusion of the prehistoric material.
Frozen dough is shipped by the Elams to customers such as restaurants, country clubs and caterers.
The Beacon systems have to be excellent so that the Elams can meet the demand for Hilton Head Cookie Company cookies.
Above - Richard Guthrie (left), of West Yorkshire Trading Standards, presents the award to Craig Elam (centre) and Carl Elam, of Elams of Mirfield
SUCCESS: Director Carl Elam (left) and managing director Vic Elam with their award (S)
Directors of family firm Elams of Mirfield received an Excellent Customer Service Award from West Yorkshire Trading Standards.