EBL


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EBL

(Extended Batch Language) A shareware programming language by Frank Canova that allowed more complex programming in DOS batch files.
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According to Scottish Rocks owner Ian Reid, expansion might not just mean promoting EBL clubs.
The Reader represents the best-in-class user experience being developed for the integrated platform that will unite ProQuest's businesses ebrary and Ebook Library -- EBL.
However, if TN continue to play the type of basketball which brought silverware to Sport Central last year then Steutel's side will soon find themselves in the ascension in the EBL.
Like Mohawks, Thunder are one of the elder statesman of the EBL and were champions in 2006/07 and had three seasons in BBL.
Bob Wilson, a director of the centre's developers - the Halton-based EBL Group - says: "We are delighted to welcome The Glass Shop to the EBL Centre which has been designed especially for companies exactly like Alan's - small specialist businesses with a desire to grow and prosper.
Black Country University of Wolver-hampton take on London Towers in the EBL Division Three play-off final at Derby tomorrow (5.
An emphatic double saw TN bounce back to winning ways after a mixed start to the EBL campaign - Steutel's men only managing to win half of their National Trophy fixtures.
Eddie Basnett, chief executive of the EBL Group of Companies, says: "We are delighted to welcome AV Control Systems to the EBL Centre.
Douaine Anderson's 23 points and 16 from Robin Hall helped Black Country University of Wolverhampton defeat Cardiff 88-82 in the EBL Division Three play-off semi-finals.
ProQuest enhances discovery of ebooks in library collections with both ebrary and EBL fully accessible through one discovery platform
EASTSIDE EAGLES stand between Team Northumbria and a place in the EBL Division Two Final Fours after the regular season reached a thrilling climax.
Today CfM chief executive Guy Lawson revealed that Halton construction firm EBL Group, a family-run firm with a 25-year pedigree, was the 150th signatory to the agreement, which CfM says helps businesses become more competitive and better able to deliver the social and economic benefits of regeneration activity