WALN

AcronymDefinition
WALNWorld Association of Lebanese Neurosurgeons
WALNWireless Automation Level Network (Siemens)
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The WALN. The WALN is an AFRICOM regional distribution concept consisting of a light logistics hub with associated spokes that support forces employed throughout West and Central Africa by air and surface modes.
The author believes the original owners may have been Robert and Rebecca Coffin Waln, who married in 1746; genealogical family chart from Ryerss Museum object file.
Speech recognition also requires much more work on the voice user interface (VUI) than would a touch tone system's menu, says Ken Waln, CTO for Edify.
Waln - Eunice "Willene" Waln, 73, of Springfield, died July 23.
Waln is now VP of strategy for Northrop's Information Technology (IT) sector, handling overall strategy and identifying business opportunities.
"Supporting the developer community is vital to the ongoing development of leading edge technology and the success of overall market adoption," said Ken Waln, co-founder and CTO at Edify.
The diamond weighs 103.83 car-ats,is about the size of a waln ut and is expected to fetch between pounds 5 and pounds 6m when it goes under the hammer in Gene vane xt month.
According to Baker and Waln (1985) the history of the Great Plains grasslands is controversial.
This month in August 1940 Korea: bewitching lady of the Orient by Mabel Waln Smith
Waln's observations are readily confirmed when Mojave is viewed from the air.
The Richard Waln papers, 1759-1888 (900 items), amply document his early mercantile activities as a factor in Barbados from 1759 until 1774.