QAL


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QAL

In Q, or basic telecommunication code, it means, “Are you going to land at …?”
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If you want to have QAL in your garden it apparently is a biennial plant which means it will live for 2 years.
This UV model was strongly supported by the fact, that QAL another model ester of quinic acid, could not be used by this UV method.
In my early years of growing seed we didn't have that much QAL in the fields.
With the LSK and QAL acquisitions, York has made great progress in reaching our goal of gaining geographic production coverage across the country," says Egan.
Unlike QAL, most of the world's alumina refineries are located inland where seawater is not readily available for neutralising the raw red mud.
The inaugural season of the QAL saw 14 teams, 182 matches and over 420 players and ended with Al Waab as the first ever champions.
We thank staff at Alcoa World Alumina Australia, Worsley, QAL, Nabalco, Reynolds Metal Co.
QAL is the benchmark of application reliability and lower total cost of ownership.
The successful bid provides for a base price of $401 million in cash, subject to certain working capital adjustments, plus purchase of Kaiser's alumina and bauxite inventories and the assumption of Kaiser's obligations in respect of approximately $60 million of QAL debt.
6% share in QAL until 24 October 2007; this increased to 80.
The successful bid provides for a base price of US$401 million in cash, subject to certain working capital adjustments, plus purchase of Kaiser's alumina and bauxite inventories and the assumption of Kaiser's obligations in respect of approximately US$60 million of QAL debt.
CH2M HILL's QAL subsidiary serves clients across North America from laboratories in Alabama, California, Florida and Ontario, Canada.