EPAL

AcronymDefinition
EPALEnterprise Privacy Authorization Language
EPALEuropean Pallet Association
EPALEnterprise Privacy Authorization Language (IBM)
EPALÉchanger pour Apprendre en Ligne (French: Online Learning Exchange)
EPALElevated Privileges Application Launcher (Microsoft)
EPALEnhanced Pressure Acid Leach (mining technology)
EPALEmpresa Pública das Águas Livres (Portugal)
EPALEx-Pierceys Adventure League
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Hontiveros said she does not feel alluded to by the 'epal' remark though there were some people telling her that Dela Rosa might be referring to her.
"Bawal ang epal. Tigilan na natin 'yan (Attention-seekers are not allowed.
Collaborative virtual workspaces are one of the most effective new ways to assist in providing a high quality 21st-century education, ePals' latest platform, LEARN365, fosters social learning by providing a virtual space that is not bound by space or time for students and teachers to come together and exchange information.
Touting itself as the "World's Largest K.-12 Social Learning Network," ePals is designed to help students and teachers connect with classrooms around the world.
Adopting EPAL will give business a competitive advantage in bidding for those contracts, says Anderson.
EPAL, to be announced at the Burton Group's Catalyst 2003 Conference in San Francisco, California, will work at an application level, plugging into Java according to IBM.
Stand-pipes had previously existed in some older parts of the city, through the strapped-forcash public water provider, EPAL. These have consequently fallen into disrepair and are no longer in use.
Neophyte Senator Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosa vowed Thursday he will not hold 'paepal epal' (attention grabbing) Senate hearings and make any resource person cry.
Summary: Algiers Port Company (EPAL) reported a 7.2% increase in container traffic during the first quarter of 2009 compared with the same period last year, EPAL Chief Executive Officer Abdelhak Bourouai told APS.