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AcronymDefinition
OLOrdered List (HTML)
OLOverlap
OLOffice Lady (English term used in everyday Japanese for working unmarried young lady)
OLOn-Line
OLOfficial Language
OLOlympique Lyonnais (French football team)
OLOverload
OLOffensive Lineman (football)
OLOldham (postcode, United Kingdom)
OLOff Limits
OLOlympiske Leker (Norwegian: Olympic Games)
OLOutside Linebacker (football)
OLOnline Learning (also seen as OLL)
OLObjective Lens
OLOutland (gaming, World of Warcraft)
OLOperation Lifesaver
OLOpen Learning
OLOffer Letter (human resources)
OLOpen Loop
OLOzone Layer
OLOff List (subject line of offlist posts to mailing lists)
OLOld Latin
OLOvertime Loss (hockey; soccer)
OLOrientation Leader (education)
OLOuter Loop (Beltway)
OLLocal Official (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
OLOrganizational Level
OLOperating License
OLOptimum Level
OLOperating Level
OLOver Limit (electronics)
OLOperating Location
OLOverhead Line
OLOperating Limit
OLOberleitung (German catenary)
OLOffice Leader
OLOrder of the Laurel (Society for Creative Anachronism)
OLOperational Logistics
OLOrdinary Leave
OLOffensive Linebacker (football)
OLOulu railway station, Finland (standard station code)
OLOrienting Line
OLOc'ulus Lae'vus (Left Eye)
OLOrange Logic LLC
OLOrganic Silts of Low Plasticity (soil type)
OLÖsterreichicher Lloyd
OLO'Fallon Library (O'Fallon, IL)
OLOutline and Load (drawings)
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The technology improves overall plant reliability by recording critical asset data and ensuring it falls within safe operating limits.
Under the proposed plans the FAA would work with aircraft manufacturers to establish operating limits.
operating limits, security levels, material protection, and troubleshooting) at a cost savings of about 50%.
These are only a few examples of many different Title V permit conditions for maintaining compliance with emission operating limits, testing, monitoring, record keeping and reporting requirements.
This means customizing each department, such as Housekeeping, Maintenance or Laundry, to its optimal operating limits while providing the data-based information that is key to fiscal-year and long-range financial planning.
In December, EPA issued the proposed MACT standards establishing new emission limits for metal and organic hazardous air pollutants along with operating limits for capture systems and control devices and work practice requirements.