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AcronymDefinition
HALHardware Abstraction Layer
HALHeuristically-programmed Algorithmic Computer (computer in 2001: A Space Odyssey)
HAL[not an acronym] from 2001: A Space Odyssey
HALHome Automated Living
HALHalliburton (oil service company)
HALHindustan Aeronautics Limited
HALHybrid Assistive Limb (robotic suit)
HALHistory, Arts and Libraries
HALHalon (fire protection agent)
HALHalberd (Runescape gaming)
HALHyper Article En Ligne (Hyper Article on Line)
HALHeuristic Algorithmic Computer
HALHuman Access Language
HALHouse Programmed Array Logic
HALHardware Array Logic
HALHawaiian Airlines (ICAO code)
HALHolland Amerika Lijn (Dutch: Holland America Line)
HALHer Active Life (women's health publication)
HALHistidine Ammonia-Lyase
HALHold at Location (shipping)
HALHorticulture Australia Ltd.
HALHealth Advisory Level
HALHot Air Leveling (technique for laying soldering coating on circuit boards)
HALHackers At Large
HALHyperalimentation
HALAtlantic Halibut
HALHard Array Logic
HALHardware Adaptation Layer
HALHeavy Axle Load (transportation)
HALHunter Associates Laboratory (Reston, VA)
HALHand Activity Level
HALHigh Accident Location
HALHigh-Order Assembly Language
HALHardware Artificial Life
HALHyperspace Analog to Language
HALHouston Aerospace Language (US NASA)
HALHoward Astronomical League (Howard County, Maryland)
HALHigh Temperature Acoustic Levitator (US NASA)
HALHargrave-Andrew Library (Monash University, Australia)
HALHampden Agencies Limited (UK)
HALHyper-Algorithmic Logic (Star Bridge Systems Inc. hypercomputer technology)
HALHorizontal Alert Limit
HALHickling Arthurs Low Corporation (Canada)
HALHumanities, Arts and Languages
HALHuman Access Language (early variation of Lotus 123)
HALHelicopter Attack Squadron Light (US Navy aviation unit designation used 1967-72 and again 1976-88)
HALHeight Above Landing Area
HALHighly Automated Logic
HALHistorical Annotated Landings (National Marine Fisheries Service database)
HALHolston Associated Libraries, Inc.
HALHalken Laboratories Inc
HALHypertext Aided Learning
HALHomework Access Line
HALHyperbaric Airlock
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Below, a contemporary report showing the Hoylake Halberd from 1958
At the same time, by combining a blunter blow and the ability to hack, axes improved the efficiency of halberds.
According to Professor Guy Rutty, study co-author, from the East Midlands Pathology Unit at the University of Leicester: e most likely injuries to have caused the king's death are the two to the skull a large sharp force trauma possibly from a sword or sta weapon, such as a halberd or bill, and a penetrating injury from the tip of an edged weapon.
The most likely injuries to have caused the king's death are the two to the inferior aspect (lower part) of the skull -- a large sharp-force trauma possibly from a sword or staff weapon, such as a halberd or bill, and a penetrating injury from the tip of an edged weapon," said Guy Rutty, a pathologist at the University of Leicester.
US holding company Halberd Corporation (OTCMKTS:HALB) said it had acquired domestic Crowd Connex Corporation, owner of secure online video conferencing firm Aspyre.
83) The ornate costumes for the Yeomen included red braided jackets, knee breeches trimmed with rosettes, white gloves, black hats with a garland of roses, carrying a halberd and "extremely realistic" fake beards.
The skeleton showed evidence of ten wounds, including a mortal one to the back of the skull, probably inflicted by a halberd.
One gaping wound in the back of his head may have been from an axelike bladed pole known as a halberd.
Radiographic skeletal survey revealed characteristic vertebra plana (dense wafer thin), dumbbell shaped long bones, kyphosis, halberd shaped pelvis, squared calcaneus and coccygeal appendage consistent with the diagnosis of metatropic dysplasia.
A CPW fed slot antenna with a halberd shaped tuning stub at the end of the feed line was proposed in [9].
said as he marveled at a German halberd, a combination spear and battle ax, from the 16th century.
We hoped we'd appeal to people who had never heard of wights and wargs, who didn't know a bastard sword from a halberd.