MASL

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MASLMajor Arena Soccer League (est. 2008)
MASLMeters Above Sea Level
MASLMaine Association of School Libraries (est. 1974)
MASLMissouri Association of School Librarians (Jefferson City, MO)
MASLMaster of Arts in Servant Leadership (Viterbo University; LaCrosse, WI)
MASLMaryland Association of School Librarians
MASLMuslim Aid Sri Lanka
MASLMetaFrame Access Suite Licensing (software)
MASLMinimum Acceptable Service Level (various organizations)
MASLMilitary Articles & Services List
MASLMid-Atlantic Area Soccer League (Wilmington, Delaware)
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As volunteers have to carry tools and personal equipment and work in an environment 2,800 to 3,000 meters above sea level, they must be physically fit, Lin said, according to the report.
In 2017, over 200 servicemen took part in the drills, hosted by Russia at Minralney Vody in the North Caucasus at an altitude of 2,300 meters above sea level.
The rise was an increase from the 1,057.03 meters above sea level that was recorded on May 18.
Snow is also expected during the day in the northern and central hilly areas located 1000 meters above seas level, extending at night to areas 900 meters above sea level and higher, which includes the capital.
Napocor cited Angat Dam has a current water elevation level of 214.95 meters above sea level, near its high water elevation of 212 meters.
He claims that the ground level for the airport was set at 105 meters above sea level in the terms of the tender, but was subsequently lowered to 75 meters above sea level.
The picturesque village of Brajcino, ensconced at the foot of Mt Baba, at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level, has been inhabited for centuries.
The main attraction is the natural beauty of the town located over 500 meters above sea level, with cool temperatures, beautiful forests and rivers and the friendly nature of its residents.
"The length of the tunnel on the Kok-Art pass will be about 3,500 meters and 2,500 meters above sea level. The second tunnel will be 700 meters long.
Snow is expected to fall on areas higher than 800 meters above sea level with active and southwesterly winds and high sea waves.
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Rajab 10, 1433, May 31, 2012, SPA -- New ejections of volcanic ash to an elevation of 7,000 meters to 9,000 meters above sea level have been registered over the crater of Kamchatka's Shiveluch Volcano, the Kamchatka affiliation of the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences said on Thursday.
Snow will fall starting at 1,300 meters above sea level in the country's northern and interior regions.