ALA

acronym: American Library Association
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ALA

abbreviation: alighting area
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Ala

Term often applied to wing-like structure on plants or animals eg. cuticular expansions of nematodes.
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ala

[n] - a flat wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism 2. [n] - a wing of an insect
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ala

unit of cavalry in the Roman auxiliary army
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ala

The ala was composed entirely of cavalry. The name was Latin for wing and derives from the use of horsemen on the flanks of an army, where they gave protection to the infantry centre. When necessary they could deliver flank attacks themselves and thereafter deploy against retreating enemy or attempt to divert pressure on a withdrawal of their own s
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Ala

'Wing'. A - unit of the allies. B - unit of auxiliary cavalry.
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ALA

American Laryngological Association
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ALA

American Lung Association
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ALA

Association for Laboratory Automation
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Ala

Ala: Alanine. See also: Amino acid symbols.
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Ala

A'la noun ; plural Alæ [ Latin , a wing.] (Biol.) A winglike organ, or part.
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ala

<biology> A winglike organ, or part. ... Origin: L, a wing. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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ala

noun a flat wing-shaped process or winglike part of an organism; `the alae of the nose`; `the alae of a maple seed`; `the flat petals of a pea blossom are alae`
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ala

(a´lә) pl. a´lae Latin word meaning wing; used in anatomy to name a winglike process. adj., a´lar, a´late., adj. ala nasi the cartilaginous flap on the outer side of each nostril. The major and minor alar cartilages of the a...
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Ala

• (n.) A winglike organ, or part.
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ala

(from the article `sacrum`) ...top of the first (uppermost) sacral vertebra articulates with the last (lowest) lumbar vertebra. The transverse processes of the first three ...
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ala

ala (s), alae (pl) 1. Any winglike projection or structure. 2. The lateral petal of papilionaceous flowers. 3. Membranous expansion on some seeds. 4. Basal lobe of moss leaves.
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Ala

Ala (shortened from Alabaster) is British rhyming slang for plaster.
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Ala

In Ibo mythology, Ala is the Earth Mother, Law-giver, protectress of the harvest. She who receives the dead into her pocket.
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Ala

Ala (shortened from Alabaster) is British rhyming slang for plaster.
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Ala

[Village] ==History of Image:Bellmare.gif== ...
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ala

Type: Term Pronunciation: ā′lă, ā′lē Definitions: 1. Pronounced, longitudinal cuticular ridges in nematodes, usually found in larval stages (Ascaris lumbricoides), although occasionally present in adult worms (Enterobius vermicularis). Synonyms: wing
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Ala

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for alanine or its monoradical or diradical.
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ALA

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for ΄-aminolevulinic acid.
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