FACL

AcronymDefinition
FACLFine Art Conservation Laboratories (California)
FACLFacilities Unit Leader (US FEMA)
FACLFinancial Assurance Company Ltd. (Lagos, Nigeria)
FACLFarnborough Aircraft Corporation Limited (UK)
FACLFamily, Adult and Community Learning (UK)
FACLFaculty of Arts Computer Labs (McGill University; Canada)
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FACL was originally incorporated in Salt Lake City in 1995 to buy antique, museum quality clocks and timepieces, principally from private collectors, for resale.
We provide estimates for specifications containing our two improved mobility indicators for the expanded sample period, in which we use the FACL overall house prices to update home values.
(4) The FACL data used here include the impact of distressed transactions.
The aqueous lyophilized extracts (aerial parts and roots) were prepared in hot (FAHL) and cold (FACL) water, as described by Zucchi et al.
Aqueous lyophilized extracts from aerial parts and roots (FACL and FAHL), all assayed at 4000 [micro]g/ml, did not interfere appreciably with the viability of T cruzi trypomastigotes, excepting cold water, FACL extracts prepared from roots which reduced parasite viability to 34.4%.
Mark: It's all made possible, of course, by adherence to UltraSCSI 320--Hal: Hitachi's drives have FACL capability, too.