ALAS


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ALAS

Abbreviation for:
Artificial Limb and Appliance Service (Medspeak-UK)
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Alas said he just wants to give back on the trust Guiao gives him even in his struggles.
In alas bog soils of interfluve of Lena and Amga volume weight across the whole profile varies from 0.
ALaS is expected to provide revenues of between USD24m and USD26m for the fiscal year to 31 March 2012.
Josie: I am a vastly different person today than I was just two short years ago and I owe the majority of this change to ePortfolio project and ALAS.
When the facility came under new ownership, management decided night shift RNs could no longer attend the ALAs because their temporary absence from the nursing home breached the Public Health Act.
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.
It's an opportunity to enjoy time with the family,'' Alas said.
It's going to be great,' Patricia Rodrguez-Martnez-Jones, a founding member of Alas and its current vice-chairperson, said.
Participants attended ALAS twice weekly; each session started at 3:30 and ended at 5 p.
Asimismo se le rindio un homenaje escenico, Alas, angeles y libertad, dirigido por Cesar Pina, con la participacion de la actriz Diana Bracho, la cantante Tania Libertad, el flautista Horacio Franco y la Compania Nacional de Danza.
Although these studies of ALAS are not usability tests, they provide a perspective that can enlarge our understanding of what it means for a system to be truly usable.
ALAS provides equipment to more than 40,000 people with a disability in Wales every year and also gives expert advice on aids installed in the home.