MARL


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AcronymDefinition
MARLMercado Abastecedor da Região de Lisboa (Portugal)
MARLMalta Amateur Radio League (Valletta, Malta)
MARLManitoba Association for Rights and Liberties (est. 1978; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)
MARLMusical Acoustics Research Library (Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics; Stanford University; Palo Alto, CA)
MARLMichigan Animal Rescue League (est. 1953)
MARLMinnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership Program (Southwest Minnesota State University; Marshall, MN)
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From this centre of innovation and tradition, the workers of the catalyst production in Marl today cover the entire process chain from research and development, scale-up, production, quality control, supply chain and logistics as well as application technology.
Also, water content of marl samples taken from the underground main gallery and from the mechanized face was determined as approximately 9 % and 13 %, respectively.
According to the results of this pilot study, it seemed reasonable to take final samples as 5 cm slices from ostracod-rich lake marl and homogeneous clay, and as 10 cm ostracod-poor slices from gyttja and proglacial varved clay.
Features: recycled fabric, 100% polyester, breathable, quick-dry, lightweight, stretch, made in UK Colours: black, grey, green, red, navy, bright red, burgundy marl One size Price: 14.
I had that name and number on my desk for maybe six weeks, and finally I said I'm just gonna call that guy," Oklahoma Marl says.
According to that lake marl is homogeneous and the content of carbonates in cores varies from 80 to 92% (mainly calcite, content of dolomite 2-6%).
A graduate of Musashino Academica Musicae in Japan, Yasui studied music in Germany and was hired as a music teacher at Marl -- a small town about 20 kilometers north of Essen -- in 1981.
Additionally, the palaeoecology of marl deposits, such as the Wilkinson Locality (described herein), in general, has received less scientific attention than peat deposits.
Laura (Jane Horrocks)--who's been dubbed Little Voice (or LV) by her pile-driving party-girl of a mom, Marl (Brenda Blethyn)--spends her days listening to old Judy Garland, Marlene Dietrich, and Marilyn Monroe LPs and whispering terrified responses to the world outside her bedroom.
The two companies plan to add more than 100,000 metric tons of new acrylic acid capacity at Marl before the end of 2003.