UKL

AcronymDefinition
UKLUrsula K. Le Guin (author)
UKLUpper Klamath Lake (Oregon)
UKLUK Pounds
UKLUniversity of Kaiserslautern (est. 1970; Germany)
UKLUpaya Kelola Lingkungan (Indonesian: Environmental Management Efforts)
UKLUniversity of Koblenz-Landau
UKLUnited Kingdom Labour (UK recruitment agency)
UKLUnited Kingdom Libra
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of UKL spokesman Richard Siddons said it was a fantastic occasion.
UKL: Yes, actually, it seems as if they've been misused, partly because these people have been marginalized and shoved up into a very poor part of the country and don't have much enlightenment offered them.
UKL: The obvious, current-time descriptive elements in Dispossessed are Urras as Earth and A-Io as Capitalism (with a hint of 1980s Communist and Third World countries elsewhere).
Since 1983, the blue-green alga Aphanizomenon flos-aquae has been harvested from Upper Klamath Lake (UKL) in southern Oregon and marketed as a dietary supplement.
The idea, said UKL spokesman Richard Siddons, is to provide a safe competitive environment that allows chainsaw users to develop their skills to a high degree of accuracy.
UKL will deploy iSOFT Laboratory in all pathology departments, such as clinical chemistry, microbiology, immunology and infectious disease serology.
The model is based on the UKL platform, which also forms the underpinnings for the upcoming Mini Countryman.
Sources also disclosed that British police also found UKL 34,000 from Salman Butt's room; out of these UKL 24,000 were commercials' appearance fees, Mazhar Majeed had arranged for opener batsman Salman Butt, while remaining UKL 10,000 were Salman Butt's daily allowances.
It is one of 111 of these bodies, and region UKL, as Wales is known on official commission maps, will be as politically relevant as ``West Midlands''.
It is to be built on the same front-wheel drive UKL platform that underpins the X1.