NALU

AcronymDefinition
NALUNational Association of Life Underwriters (now NAIFA)
NALUNational Army for the Liberation of Uganda (Ugandan insurgents)
NALUNetwork Abstraction Layer Unit
NALUNational Agricultural Labourers Union (UK)
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Nalu, the ethnic group under investigation here, makes up less than 1 percent of the population, with no more than 25,000 Nalu worldwide, divided between Guinea-Bissau and Guinea Conakry (Castro, 2004; Passavant, 2000, p.
Cloudbreak Hawaii will use the funds for the Hale Uhiwai Nalu project, located in Kapolei, Hawaii, to construct 50 studio apartments for veterans with incomes at or below 80 percent of area median income.
Languages: Portuguese (official), Creole, French; many indigenous languages--Balanta-Kentohe 26%, Pulaar 18%, Mandjak 12%, Mandinka 11%, Pepel 9%, Biafada 3%, Mancanha 3%, Bidyogo 2%, Ejamat 2%, Mansoanka 1%, Bainoukgunyuno 1%, Nalu 1%, Soninke 1%, Badjara 1%, Bayote 0.
Therefore, with the same value for the DId and TId parameters, a NALU having "qid (the value of QId) > 0" depends on NALUs having "qid-1".
He'e nalu Surf Camp, Morocco If you want to explore a new country and learn how to ride the waves, then this is the package for you.
Stand-up paddling, or hoe he'e nalu, was the ancient Hawaiian's way of solo transportation.
Shau Aborigines lived on a mountain in a lake and depended on canoes for transportation; the mountain was called Nalu Island (formerly known as Kuang Hua Island, Chu Shan, or Chu Yu) of Sun Moon Lake.
McKellar volunteered at the Bishop Museum, was a Trustee of the Honolulu Philharmonic, and was an active member of the Hui Nalu Canoe Club.