ANL


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ANL

(electronics)

ANL

On drawings, abbr. for “anneal.”

ANL

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Prime ANL has increased slightly in 2016, reaching 0.69% for February, increased 32.17% YoY.
The ratings reflect ANL's constrained financial profile emanating from a mismatch in its asset/liability structure, accentuated by tightened credit markets limiting access to fresh borrowings.
Next Wednesday the final of the ANL Cup featuring Billingham Town and Shildon will be staged at Seaham Red Star's ground, with a 7.00 kick-of.
Morton has told them though that they should not decry the ANL. "We've been beaten this season by Whitley Bay and Newcastle Benfield Bay Plastics and there is little difference in the quality of the sides in the top half of the ANL and those in the UBL," he said.
That being said, the majority of these state-of-the-art EM instruments are only available at government research laboratories, like ANL, or large universities.
A plastic bottle and a beer can were thrown at the NF group as around 150 ANL members surged towards them, shouting - but a line of police kept the two groups apart.
With brother Harold (Lord Rothermere, whose great-grandson is now head of ANL), Northcliffe did more than put his publications in the technical vanguard.
Tennis Emirates board officials Ahmad Abdul Malek and Nasser Al Marzouqi were joined by Andul Kader Yousuf of ANL at the presentation of trophies after the final.
ANL operates mostly in yarn, denim and denim products while AGL manufactures and markets nitrogenous and phosphate fertilisers.
Ryton were second-bottom of the Northern Alliance Second Division as recently as 1994, but now hope to establish themselves as one of the leading ANL sides.
Although Ryhope have impressed in the league, they suffered a 6-0 mauling at ANL Second Division side Norton and Stockton Ancients in the Durham Challenge Cup on Wednesday night.
of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory (ANL), Illinois, and their suite of chemical sensors.