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AIL

Abbreviation for:
acute infectious lymphocytosis
angiocentric immunoproliferative lesion
angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy
Artificial Intelligence Lab

AIL

1. Angiocentric immunoproliferative lesion.
2. Angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy.
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I have personally visited most of the senior ailing artists, especially female singers including Mashooq Sultan, Qamru Jan and Aqal Meena.
With a policy that has now cost 13 times what Congress envisioned, poured hundreds of millions into the coffers of rich corporations like Quaker Oats and Drexel Burnham Lambert, and still left some of its intended beneficiaries ailing, an obvious question remains: wouldn't it have been cheaper just to bail out native corporations with direct grants?
Mueller update: Third baseman Bill Mueller was out of the line up resting his ailing right knee.
2) Despite an ailing back hat has caused him to miss the last two months, Andre Agassi won in straight sets on Tuesday night.
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KARACHI -- Newly elected Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Monday visited the private hospital to enquire after ailing cricket legend Hanif Mohammad.
When he isn't playing nostalgic military songs for them, the old bugler spends a few days a week pushing those in wheelchairs down the VA hallways, talking with hospitalized vets about everything under the sun - except what's ailing them.
SuperBoot provides a means of diagnosing and fixing ailing hardware without needing to remove it from an end-user's location.
SIALKOT -- MPA Chaudhry Tariq Subhani on Wednesday urged the doctors and paramedics to serve ailing humanity with full devotion and dedication, besides achieving excellence in their sacred profession.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said service to ailing humanity was not less than a worship.
The ones ailing most are post players, making matters worse.
This ruling acknowledges that when Congress disallowed the use of supervisory goodwill in 1989, it had an adverse effect on institutions like Superior Federal who acquired two ailing thrifts in the early 1980s.