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GUI

Abbreviation for:
glucose utilisation index
graphical user interface
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According to the latest press release issued by the company, the new Alto will be displayed at over 165 Pak Suzuki dealerships in more than 95 cities nationwide.
He added, "We look forward to investing more into this relationship with StarLink's extensive channel network and expertise and thank Palo Alto Networks for their continued support and appreciation."
Presidio Bank currently operates five banking offices in San Francisco, Walnut Creek, San Rafael, San Mateo and Palo Alto.
Asheem Chandna, partner, Greylock Partners said: "Palo Alto Networks new security application development model represents an important milestone for the security industry, and holds huge potential for customers, entrepreneurs and developers.
Asheem Chandna, partner, Greylock Partners added: "Palo Alto Networks new security application development model represents an important milestone for the security industry, and holds huge potential for customers, entrepreneurs and developers."
ALTO integrates with best of breed Media Management Applications and is supported by over 30 industry leading Media Management and Archive Management Technology Partners.
Aortic disorders treatment company Endologix Inc (NasdaqGS:ELGX) reported on Friday the treatment of the first patients under its Expanding Patient Applicability with Polymer Sealing Ovation Alto Stent Graft (ELEVATE) IDE clinical study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the Ovation Alto Abdominal Stent Graft System for the repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs).
Bloomberg (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-30/techies-priced-out-of-palo-alto-as-studios-list-for-1-3-million) reported  Tuesday that thanks to "runaway real estate costs" in California's Silicon Valley, many middle-class homeowners and prospective buyers have been priced out of Palo Alto. Even those who report higher incomes are having a difficult time finding affordable housing.
Inspired by Charles Dickens and the 1978 serialized novel "Tales of the City" published in the San Francisco Chronicle, the Daily Post decided to tell the story of Palo Alto through its own serialized novel, "Palo Alto Odyssey."
The group consists of a community of Palo Alto Networks users, employee and enthusiasts.
What's clear is that the Alto is a very cheap car to buy and run.