MOAL

AcronymDefinition
MOALMother of All Languages
MOALManagement of All Logistics (shipping)
MOALMinistry of Agriculture and Livestock (various nations)
MOALMail Order Action Line
MOALMusic of All Latitudes (Canada)
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Le Moal (1980: 208) has argued that, while masks made wholly from leaves, bark or fibre are morphologically incomparable to living beings, fibre masks with woven or basketry-like heads are humanized, since they bear anthropomorphic facial traits.
Dellu, F., Mayo, W., Cherkaoui, J., Le Moal, M., & Simon, H.
Koob, Arends, and Le Moal present students and academics with a comprehensive exploration of the molecular, neurocircuitry, and cellular brain systems implicated in drug addictive behaviors.
KARAK -- Karak City Youth Council, a right organization, has demanded of judicial enquiry into the crude oil theft case and added that the silence of the foreign oil and gas exploration Company MOAL over the theft case was making its position suspicious.
Kott E, Legendre M, Copin B, Papon JF, Dastot-Le Moal F, Montantin G, et al.
L'analyse de Laurence Moal sur les Castilians installes a Nantes aux XV" et XVI" siecles montre qu'ils parviennent rapidement a integrer les cercles de notabilite.
"We're very excited about Laurent's appointment," commented Laurent Le Moal, VP, general manager CEMEA, PayPal.
"We're very excited about Laurent's appointment" commented Laurent Le Moal, VP, General Manager CEMEA, PayPal.
"The principal trouble has been selection bias," says Joelle Le Moal, an environmental health epidemiologist at the Institut de Veille Sanitaire in Saint Maurice, France, and joint first author of the new article with colleague Matthieu Rolland.