XOL

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AcronymDefinition
XOLXml Based Ontology Exchange Language
XOLHypercholesterolemia
XOLExcess of Loss (insurance)
XOLOntology Exchange Language
XOLDiskless X Office Linux
XOLXinhuaonline
XOLXML Based Ontology Language
XOLObject Language Editor (file extension)
XOLExtension of Life
XOLXavex Online (Deutsche Bank Derivate Products Trading System)
XOLExtensible Out-Of-Band Language
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The combination elicited a far greater extension of life span than what would have resulted from an additive effect.
One of the ways Emrill bring value is the extension of life of assets through regular maintenance.
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) said Avastin (bevacizumab) offers "limited and uncertain benefit" for patients and does not lead to any significant extension of life.
Ayurveda emphasizes the prevention of disease, rejuvenation of our body systems and extension of life span.
Other aspect that makes this more troubling is the avoidance of Western culture for the death, or in other terms for extension of life.
The Chinese believed the afterlife was an extension of life.
With the delay caused to the Lisbon Treaty by the stalling by Czech president Vaclav Klaus, word is that the European Council meeting on October 29 and 30 may see EU heads of state and government vote to give a temporary extension of life to the current European Commission.
The material of clay was taken as an extension of body and the making became an extension of life.
Economists estimate that one year of life for an American in perfect health is worth about $100,000; and a one-year extension of life (living longer) is worth about $75,000.
If there was an undue extension of life meaning life, prison life would be intolerable.
With the risk of mortality, especially the extension of life, an uncertainty, life insurance companies should look to develop income producing products that go well beyond the primitive concept of single-premium immediate annuities.
The KEDO project to build two 1,000MW light-water nuclear reactors in North Korea is now officially dead as the one-year extension of life for the consortium expired on November 30.