AL

acronym: Aeronomy Laboratory (Boulder, Colorado) (ERL)
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Al

acronym: aluminum
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AL

abbreviation: Alabama (ConUS southeast state); also, Approach and Landing Chart
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Al

Aluminum.
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Al

Legendary Armenian demon, appearing as half-animal and half-human, shaggy and bristly, often holding a pair of scissors. Als chiefly attack a mother in childbirth, strangling both her and her...
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Al

Al adjective All. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/A/49

Al

Al conj. Although; if. [ Obsolete] See All , conj.
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Al

Symbol for aluminum. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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AL

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for ALBANIA.
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Al

aluminum.
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Al

• (a.) All. • (conj.) Although; if.
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Al

(from the article `Tunisia`) ...France attacked and captured Sousse in July 1881, took Kairouan in October, and seized Gafsa and Gabès in November. After the death of Muammad ...
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Al

cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, and fourth of the `rightly guided` (rshidn) caliphs, as the first four successors of ... [26 related articles]
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Al

Al is a German boy name. The meaning of the name is `From the name ALBERT ` Where is it used? The name Al is mainly used In English.If it`s too long people might use In English and In French: AlbertSee also In Italian, Spanish and In Portuguese: Alberto In Italian, German, Portuguese and In English: Albertina In English and In Italian:
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Al

Atomic number: 13
Element Symbol: Al
Element Name: Aluminium
Atomic Weight: 26,981538
Found on http://www.convertunits.com/element/Aluminium

Al

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Al

[fictional character] I am the originator of this photo. I hold the copyright. I release it to the public domain. This photo depicts Contemporary Christian music artist Bethany Dillon. == Licensing: == ...
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Al

The chemical symbol for aluminum.
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Al

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for aluminum.
Found on http://www.medilexicon.com/medicaldictionary.php?t=1908

Al

Al, symbol for the element aluminum.
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AL

Aft/Left
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AL

Annual Leave
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AL

Alexandria (Egypt)
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Al

[folklore] Al (or Hal; Armenian: Ալ or Ալք, Mongol: Гал `Qal`, Oirat: Һал, Persian: آل, Russian: Алы, Turkish: Al, Azerbaijanese: Xal, ) is a class of demon in the folklore of the Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, Armenia and southern parts of Russia. Als are demons of childbirth, interfering with human reproduction. The al is k
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AL

[automobile] AL was a French automobile manufactured by L`Energie Electro-Mécanique based at Suresnes. In 1907 the company manufactured one of the first recorded hybrid cars (The Pieper was earlier, as was the Lohner-Porsche), it was a combination gas-electric vehicle that ran at 24hp. ...
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