SCAL

AcronymDefinition
SCALSouthern California
SCALSpecial Core Analysis
SCALSupreme Calamitas (gaming)
SCALSingapore Contractors Association Limited (est. 1937)
SCALSanta Cruz Art League (Santa Cruz, CA)
SCALSingapore Contractors Association Ltd. (est. 1937)
SCALSteuben County American Legion
SCALSpecial Committee on Animals and the Law (New York State Bar Association)
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SATAN from hence now on the lower stair That scal'd by steps of Gold to Heav'n Gate Looks down with wonder at the sudden view Of all this World at once.
Here's what retired player Scal, now a television analyst for NBC Sports Boston, said on many things that media asked him about last weekend:
NOAA's winter outlook indicated a greater than 60% probability that rain totals over SCAL would be in the upper tercile of the historical distribution (www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov /products/archives/long_lead/llarc.ind.php).
Dimaunahan yielded one caliber .38 revolver loaded with five bullets while Scal was caught with one caliber .25 pistol with one magazine loaded with five ammunitions.
One way out of this scal conundrum will be the increased use of the public-private
They set about plans to buy the pub themselves and formed Slaley Community Assets Ltd (SCAL), creating shareholders who invested around PS500 each.
We are exploring opportunities across a number of sectors, including logistics, energy, nancial services, telecoms, sheries as well as public sector opportunities related to planning and scal policy.
The Government is not hesitant to look at scal de cit now despite the number of years of scal surpluses in the past.
US cities' "greater scal autonomy compared to UK cities" also played a role, "giving them greater exibility and more room to innovate".
It is all very well the leader of the Labour party hoisting his NHS standard and promising non-stop largess but looking at the history of Labour governments they have been invariably guilty of dire scal ineptitude and proigacy on a large scale.
Behind the humorous comment was a serious message that those in the oil and gas industry have known for some time; there are still considerable opportunities in the UK industry which, with the right scal regime and investment programmes, will sustain the sector for many decades to come.