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CAL

[kal]
(computer science)
A higher-level language, developed especially for time-sharing purposes, in which a user at a remote console typewriter is directly connected to the computer and can work out problems on-line with considerable help from the computer. Derived from Conversational Algebraic Language.

CAL

On drawings, abbr. for calorie.

CAL

(1)
Computer Assisted Learning.

CAL

(2)

CAL

(1) (Computer-Assisted Learning) See CBT.

(2) (Conversational Algebraic Language) A timesharing language from the University of California.

(3) (Common Application Language) An object-oriented programming language (EIA-721) for communicating to devices on a home network. It started out as part of the CEBus home network and evolved into an EIA standard. See CEBus and Home Plug & Play.

(4) (Client Access License) Microsoft's general term for corporate, volume licensing agreements as opposed to single user registration of software.
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When I asked Momma about her, she said that Glenda Kendricks left town, without a word, sometime in spring of that year, a month or so before Cal became more than a handyman around our house.
Doug O'Neill has horses in five races, including Cambiocorsa (Jon Court) in the $150,000 Cal Cup Distaff Handicap, Areyoutalkintome (Gomez) in the $150,000 Cal Cup Sprint, and Iced Out and King Mobay in the Classic.
Cal Expo has been designated as a potential public evacuation site in the event of an emergency for the following reasons:
The Cal Cup Juvenile Fillies produced Northern California's best moment, a 1-2 finish for Bai and Bai ($18.
Moscow Burning (Kent Desormeaux), last year's California-bred Horse of the Year, is favored in the $100,000 Cal Cup Distance Handicap.
Cal National Bank, headquartered in downtown Los Angeles, is a $5.
The momentum turner was Rodgers' 26-yard touchdown pass to a diving Garrett Cross in the end zone 17 seconds before halftime to give Cal a 21-14 lead, but the backbreaker came on a play UCLA defensive coordinator Larry Kerr for which later chastised himself, referring to it as a ``dumb'' all-out blitz call.
Cal South's teams and players have excelled at every level, winning more national championships and placing more players on U.
This,'' Hendricks said of his Cal Cup win, ``will help me deal with it.
Cal spent its final timeout, and Pete Carroll called over his weary defenders one last time.
Fortunately for USC, its strong-willed seniors did more than pray in the defensive huddle, with Cal poised to score the game-winning touchdown, first-and-goal at the 9-yard line with 1:47 remaining.
There was a lot of chatter regarding the Breeders' Cup as to the many relatively young horses that had been retired to stud, and the lack of continuity in the handicap ranks,'' said John Harris, the California Horse Racing Board vice chairman and leading California breeder who owns Hot Market, a contender in the $250,000 Cal Cup Classic.