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(thermodynamics)

Cal

(thermodynamics)

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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The following are the routes CAL has agreed to take measures to ameliorate fatigue:
CAL techniques are humane educational aids and teaching approaches that can replace harmful animal use or complement existing humane education.
The aerosol foam formulation of Cal/BD has been shown to exhibit favorable pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties when compared with other fixed combination vehicle formulations of Cal and BD, and with each individual component (Table).
4th 624, 628 (Cal. 2007) (affirming result based on independent review
Cal Pappas is a man who doesn't do a thing if he is not going to do it right.
The mice were treated daily with 60 mg/kg of Antroq or with corn oil (vehicle) by oral gavage for 4 weeks, the first dose being given 1 day before CAL induction ( n = 10 mice per group).
The Keresley Newland pupil asked if Cal could provide one of the bikes to put on display at the Transport Museum.
Summary: Forty years ago, Orient introduced the CAL.469 mechanical movement.
28, 2011 (CENS) -- Impacted by natural and manmade calamities worldwide, China Airlines (CAL), Taiwan's biggest carrier, suffered a loss of NT$661 million (US$22.03 million) in the first half, with the sluggishness lingering into the second half, but foresees rosier times for the coming year, predicting profits exceeding NT$5 billion (US$166.67 million) in 2012.