NCAL

AcronymDefinition
NCALNorthern California
NCALNational Center for Assisted Living
NCALNational Center on Adult Literacy
NCALNorth Country Animal League (Morrisville, VT)
NCALNational Center for Animal Law (Portland, OR)
NCALNetAdvantage for Composite Application Library
NCALNational Center on Adult Learning
NCALNoah Corp. Athletic League (Marlton, NJ)
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* A proposed limit on civil liability for medical malpractice, strongly supported by the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA), American Health Care Association (AHCA), and AHCA's National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL), is still a live prospect.
"In the coming weeks, AHCA, NCAL, and the Alliance will turn our efforts to the statehouses, urging governors to remember those living in nursing and assisted living facilities, and the citizens who care for them every day.
% Age range, month 1-166 Mean [+ or -] SD 29.11 [+ or -] 24.86 <12 185 23.87 12-60 527 68 >60 63 8.13 Gender Male 524 67.61 Female 251 32.39 Coronary artery outcomes CAA 103 13.29 CAL 187 24.13 NCAL 485 62.58 Controls Variables (n = 774) P (a) No.
Under the plan, the minority shareholders of NCAL Bancorp who hold nearly 1.7 percent of the issued and outstanding shares of the company, will receive a cash payment of USD1.02 per share, or a total of nearly USD2.2m, in exchange for all of their shares of NCAL Bancorp on completion of the transaction.
Under the deal, ach outstanding share of Commercial Bank of California was converted into 10.4288 shares of common stock of NCAL Bancorp.
As shown in figure f, context elements are linked to concepts provided by the earlier-described ontologies (for example, ncal:Event, dpo:Temperature).
The magnitude of the literacy crisis is so staggering that it is believed that a sizeable percentage of those entering the nation's workforce in the next ten years will have limited verbal and written skills, which will be adequate for less than half the jobs being created (The Conference Board, 2006; NCAL, 2008).
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 29, 2013--Grandpoint Capital, NCAL Bancorp nix merger deal(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
To test the agreement between the experimental diffusion exponent and the values calculated from the suggested exponential relation, the graph of nexp versus ncal was plotted as shown in Fig.
Furthermore, the relocation to AL represents a significant residential change for older adults moving from the community to a more structured, congregate setting given that most AL residents (70 percent) move into AL settings from their own private home or apartment (NCAL, 2010).
For example, Bryant Ncal Vinas, a convert to Islam who was raised in Long Island, New York, traveled to Pakistan in September 2007 and managed to join al Qaeda.