REL

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AcronymDefinition
RELReligion
RELReliability
RELRelative
RELRelief
RELRelation
RELRelieved
RELRegional Educational Laboratory
RELRelocate
RELReal Estate Law
RELRenewable Energy Law (various locations)
RELReleasable
RELRecommended Exposure Limit (NIOSH)
RELRemaining Economic Life (real estate)
RELRadio Emscher Lippe (German online radio)
RELRelações Internacionais (Brazil)
RELRedhat Enterprise Linux
RELRelease
RELRelayer
RELRights Expression Language
RELRessources Educatives Libres (French: Open Educational Resources)
RELReliance Energy Ltd
RELRelease/Released
RELRelease Message
RELReference Exposure Level
RELRear End Loader (waste container)
RELV-Rel Avian Reticuloendotheliosis Viral Oncogene Homolog
RELRadio Equipment List (Canada)
RELTrelew, Chubut, Argentina (Airport Code)
RELRéticulum Endoplasmique Lisse (French: Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum)
RELAuthorized for Release To ...
RELRassemblement Européen de la Liberté (French: European Gathering of Liberty; political platform)
RELRéacteur à Eau Légère (French: Light Water Reactor)
RELRecovered Energy Logic
RELRandom Even Lengths (lumber)
RELRing Enhancing Lesion
RELRichland Energy Laboratory (Tri-Cities University Center)
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“There is much going on in the world where our current situations are begging us to release messages that are diverse.
A denotes knowledge, [A.sub.t] denotes knowledge content, [A.sub.r] denotes propagation path; B denotes interests, [B.sub.t] denotes the interests in content, [B.sub.r] denotes the interests in propagators; C denotes the common interests between users, [C.sub.t] denotes the common interests with the persons who release messages, [C.sub.r] denotes the common interests with the nearest propagators; based on the relationship between preferences we can get the users' preference expression map.
Access to all ISUP Message Parameters Initial Address, Subsequent Address, Release messages, and more
The channel is seen as having good contacts with militants in Afghanistan and Pakistan and was the main conduit for bin Laden to release messages to the media.
Bin Laden, who is believed to be hiding in remote areas between Pakistan and Afghanistan, has tended to release messages to mark significant dates or events.
Compliance Control can be figured to: generate automatic approval digests for compliance managers; require preapproval from the compliance officer to release messages that have flagged policy violations within IronMail; and archive messages in question for retention purposes.
The latter introduces more management overhead to release messages on an individual basis, and the former leaves a considerable hole in security policy.