kHAL

AcronymDefinition
kHALKernel Hardware Abstraction Layer
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Al Khal has contributed to international accreditation efforts on various levels.
Al Khal as the driving force behind efforts to ensure that HMC's residents and fellows, as the next generation of physicians, receive the training and education needed to provide their patients with the very best care.
Al Khal has been given this award and celebrate his excellent efforts; the whole Corporation is proud of this achievement and the wider clinical team in HMC should also feel honored by this success.
Al Khal began his career at HMC in 1989 after graduating from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
Meanwhile, Abdo Khal told Al-Madinah newspaper that he has never heard of the music composer and that the similarity is simply a coincidence.
Abdo Khal won the $60,000 International Prize for Arabic Fiction (the Arab Booker) for his novel Spewing Sparks as Big as Castles, which is also known as She Throws Sparks.
Khal was also a pavement-pounding, deadline-crunching, workaday critic for a daily newspaper (this one) and a weekly magazine ("Monday Morning").
Though she is widely regarded to be one of the seminal artists of her generation, Khal was under no delusions of being able to support herself by painting.
I like my double life," Khal once told her fellow critic Cesar Nammour.
Undaunted, Nammour decided to publish another book devoted to Khal, this time focusing on her criticism.
Tarek Khal talked about his relationship with his mother.
Khal, who was born in 1923, taught painting for almost ten years at AUB.