GPAL

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GPALGraduate Professional Alternative Loan (Northwestern Law School; Illinois)
GPALGeneral Purpose Aspect Language (computing)
GPALGovernance Promotion Adjustment Loan (Australia)
GPALGreece Police Athletic League, Inc. (Rochester, NY)
GPALGravidity Parity Abortion Living (prenatal nursing assessment)
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By the agreement, SPDC will supply gas from the SPDC joint venture gas plant in Imo River traversing Abia and Rivers States to the power producer, GPAL, via a gas pipeline network which is already installed.
By the agreement, SPDC will supply gas from the SPDC joint venture gas plant in Imo River traversing Abia and Rivers States to the power producer, Geometric Power Aba Limited (GPAL) via a gas pipeline network which is already installed.
(2) Brilliant Pebbles (3) achieved or defined a clear path to most of the GPALS objectives for boost-phase BMD.
GPALS would also seek to protect the United States, friends and
Reassured because the deterrent effect of its missile arsenal would remain intact for the time being, the Soviet Union (now Russia) welcomed the Bush administration's shift from SDI, which emphasized defense against large-scale attacks, to GPALS, which emphasized defense against limited attacks.
The GPALS program enjoyed a brief period of optimism but soon faded
The Global Protection Against Limited Strikes (GPALS) system was proposed in the George H.
However, the Reagan Administration resurrected strategic defence once again during the mid-1980s with its Strategic Defence Initiative (SDI), and the first President George Bush enunciated a modified version of this initiative, labelled Global Protection Against Limited Strikes (GPALS).
proposals from the early 1990s for protection against accidental/unauthorized launches and states of concern (global protection against limited strikes, or GPALS), and nuclear forces at the levels to which some predict Russia will fall.
Bush has criticized the Clinton administration's proposed missile defense system as flawed, a system "initially based on a single site, when experts say that more are needed." In contrast, his own more extensive (and expensive) approach, according to Walter Pincus in the Washington Post, seems comparable to the "global protection against limited strikes" (or GPALS) system proposed by President George Bush in 1991.
has its GPALS system, other countries think missile defense is a good idea, too: Russia is developing its S-300, Israel its Arrow, France and Italy their (considerably more modest) Aster 30.
Accordingly; the program shifted to an emphasis on global protection against limited strikes (GPALS), designed to handle up to a few hundred warheads.