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IPL

(computer science)
Collective term for a series of list-processing languages developed principally by A. Newell, H. A. Simon, and J. C. Shaw. Derived from Information Processing Language.

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(Initial Program Load) See boot.
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Like I'm doing here, hit sixes and score runs," said Russell, who hit 52 sixes in this IPL.
Biswal confirmed he has not heard about the new IPL GC.
Be it branded vehicles distributing Pepsi IPL 2014 match schedules or a larger than life television remote which springs into action upon being pressed or knocking on the doors for the Pepsi IPL scores, they have it all to entice viewers to tune into the most exciting tournament of the year.
"The consequence of that [an IPL window] is what do we do with the Big Bash League?" Lorgat said.
Against the backdrop of alleged molestation of a woman by an Australian player in IPL, a demand was made in the Lok Sabha for a high level probe into the affairs of the tournament, with a BJP member threatening to go on hunger strike from Sunday if no action was taken.
2 November 2011 - Eurofins Scientific (EPA:ERF) said it had completed the acquisition of 67% majority stakes in IPL Invest and IPL Sante Environnement Durable Nord (IPL SED Nord), both subsidiaries of the Fondation Institut Pasteur de Lille (IPL).
Forecasts about the future of the IPL on the one hand see it as a nine-day wonder which will disappear without trace in a few years due to either Twenty20 cricket not taking on, or the IPL collapsing financially, or due to corruption.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has appointed an interim chief and has said it will cooperate with tax authorities probing the three-year-old Indian Premier League (IPL).
The owners of future franchises are expected to be unveiled tomorrow, less than a week before the start of the third IPL season.
When West Indies T20 specialist Keiron Pollard was snapped up by Mumbai Indians during the January 19 auction for the third season of the Indian Premier League, or IPL 3, team boss Mukesh Ambani reportedly coughed up $1.8 million (Rs 8.3 crore) for the batsman after three rival teams exhausted their original bid amount of $750,000 (Rs 3.4 crore).
Organisers have said that no player would be allowed to play in the IPL if he skipped an official test or limited-overs series with his national team in order to join the Indian competition.
The financial ramifications of hosting the Indian Premier League (IPL) captured sporting headlines all week as the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cricket South Africa were engaged in frantic attempts to attract this season's IPL to their respective shores.