ALC


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ALC

Abbreviation for:
absolute lymphocyte count
alcohol
alcoholic liver cirrhosis
alkali-extractable light chain
alternate level of care (see there)
alternate lifestyle checklist
alternate lifestyle companion
alternative level of care
amoebaless life cycle (microbiology)
anaplastic large cell
anterior lens capsule
approximate lethal concentration
argon laser coagulation
assisted living center
atypical lymphoid cell
avian leukosis complex
axiolinguocervical Dentistry

ALC

 
1. Alcohol.
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ABOUT THE ALC : The ALC is the leading policy conference on issues impacting African Americans and the global black community.
ALC is a leader in leasing new technology single and twin-aisle aircraft to airlines worldwide, and we are pleased with our strong relationships with these world class international airlines, said John L.
The diet supplemented with LA and ALC, and a 3x3 factorial treatment arrangement was employed.
In 2014, ALC delivered five new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on long term lease: two to British Airways, two to Air New Zealand and one to Etihad Airways.
Air China is one of ALC s largest airline lease customers in Asia for both single and twin-aisle aircraft, said Jie Chen, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Asia.
ALC plans to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") and mail to its stockholders a proxy statement regarding the proposed acquisition of ALC by TPG.
19) Gerhard Forde, newly appointed to the ALC Review Group, entered the debate, raising the question of authority for liturgical changes, seemingly appealing to a consensus of all Christians, at all times, in all places: i.
I am really excited to join the ALC team," he stated.
Today Air Lease Corporation announced the delivery of one used Airbus A320-200 to Air Serbia, a new customer for ALC.
ALC also delivered two new A320-200s to China Southern on 12-year term leases during the second half of 2011.
The LCA and the ALC brought the Service Book and Hymnal (SBH, 1958), at the time of the formation of the ILCW in use for only a few years; the LCMS brought The Lutheran Hymnal (TLH, 1941) and, a few years later, Worship Supplement (WS, 1969), the fruit of the work it had already done on its unilateral revision of TLH.