GLAS


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AcronymDefinition
GLASGay Lesbian and Straight (various locations)
GLASGiugno, Luglio, Agosto, Settembre (Italian: June, July, August, September; band)
GLASGay and Lesbian Arabic Society
GLASGrade-Level Achievement Standards (various organizations)
GLASGeneral Ledger Accounting System
GLASGust-Load Alleviation System
GLASGoddard Laboratory of Atmospheric Sciences
GLASGeosciences Laser Altimeter System
GLASGiggling Like A Schoolgirl
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- The National Startup Awards: Glas Eireann Solutions was awarded the Bronze Medal in the Social & Sustainable Category of the National Startup Awards which took place on May 17th in The Mansion House, Dublin.
"Many of the residents at Tir Glas have lived on the estate since it opened and we were delighted, that Rebecca took time out to meet some of them."
UWS bosses said they are working in partnership with SDS to deliver these four GLA programmes, which have been developed in response to demand from industry.
Once imprisoned, Glas was replaced by Maria Alejandra Vicuna.
Mae planhigion ar y cyfan angen amodau alcali er mwyn medru cynhyrchu'r lliw glas, ac yn amlach na pheidio, mymryn yn asidig ydi planhigion.
Doctor Glas has many qualities that contribute to its status as one of the Swedish classics, such as the detailed descriptions of Stockholm around the turn of the twentieth century; recurring themes like love, sexuality and the critique of social conventions; and, not least, Soderberg's lucid and memorable style of writing.
THE tale of the repressed Dr Glas and his highly unethical practices to help a woman he secretly loves was written in 1905, but has little trace of being nearly 100 years old.
Glas Cymru chairman Lord Burns said: 'In taking control of Welsh Water, the board's main objective was to put the business on a firm footing once again.
Axel Herberg, chairman of the board, Gerresheimer Glas.
Something goes wrong with the account of Glas, in the third section, where I shall begin by saying that Simon Critchley's essay on Glas, the first of the three, is the best one in the book, apart from Gearhart's, lucid, thoughtful, and helpful.
GLAS version 3.1 features enhancements such as the ability to link and manage URI (uniform resource identifier) hyperlinks within bibliographic records that appear in EasySearch and in the GLAS @ccess Web OPAC.
Electronic Online Systems (EOS) International, Carlsbad, Calif., has introduced GLAS @ccess(TM), a new Web-based Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC).