ALAS


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ALAS

Abbreviation for:
Artificial Limb and Appliance Service (Medspeak-UK)
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"But with that I have been so productive and I am spiritually growing through this pregnancy like I did with Alas. We are also trying to be more healthy in this pregnancy, more physical and more active.
'We cannot do anything about that, because that (playing outside of the PBA) is stipulated in every player's contract as a no-no,' Alas said.
But when it comes to trust in matters greater, those of State, Alas, alack, and sad to say, the joke is on you, mate.
"We expect him to cover our weakness, which is the paint," said Alas.
Fitch's rationale for the affirmation of ALAS, Inc.'s ratings reflects the company's strong and sustainable monoline business profile, very strong capitalization, strong investments and liquidity and a reserve position that Fitch views as sufficient.
The Argentine tourism minister said, The creation of Alas is beneficial for tourism and also for trade, integration and the union of peoples.
Delas Alas, 49, acts as manager of DLSU badminton team.
Alas Aviation is a niche operator of air cargo and related ground service operators through its sole operating subsidiary Corporacion Ygnus Air.
ALaS is expected to provide revenues of between USD24m and USD26m for the fiscal year to 31 March 2012.
Leviste, who was governor of Batangas province south of Manila from 1972 to 1980, said that he had killed delas Alas in self defence following a heated argument inside his office in Legaspi Village in Makati City.
For Lilly's Brazilian marketing director, Antonio Alas, that objective is perfectly achievable given that the company has been growing faster than its competitors.
ALAS, the enrichment program I created and taught at Tarea, was not only an escape from seatwork and state benchmarks, but an oasis participants entered through beaded curtains.