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ULE

(ULtra Low Energy) A network for home automation, security and climate control from the ULE Alliance (www.ulealliance.org) that is based on the DECT cordless phone standard. Using dedicated spectrum, ULE devices are free of interference from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other transmission systems. See DECT.
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The ULE entails the collection of basic establishment information from all existing business establishments in the country.
The organization encourages more buildings to adopt the ULE standard of reducing commercial building energy intensity by 60-70%, an important step in achieving a building that consumes zero net energy.
The ULE Alliance is a Switzerland-based non-profit organization that supports the use of ULE (ultra-low energy) wireless technology for IoT.
"These findings," declares Ule, "indicate that studies of healthy aging could help unravel the processes that lead to neurodegeneration."
"These findings indicate that studies of healthy aging could help unravel the processes that lead to neurodegeneration," said Ule.
Their compact 55 x 55 mm design envelope and NEMA 23 mounting flange enables the ULE series to be mounted in space-restricted applications with great flexibility.
Siinkohal ei ole paris oige koht astuda pikemasse arutellu ajaloolise sotsioloogia ja ajalooteaduse vahekorra ule, mis seda aga kindlasti vahemalt tutvustuse korras vaariks.
Although researchers have not implicated a specific virus, a viral etiology is suspected because ULE occurs at a young age, there are frequently respiratory symptoms, and there is clustering in families and by season.
(LAZ010) JULIAN BLOGH - ULTRA ELECTRONICS HOLDINGS PLC (ULE.L).
* Ron & Glen Birtwistle Memorial Scholarship--Helen Ule, Univ.
Examples of such direct (non-Internet) cyberspace trading locations are Quick & Reilly, Max Ule and AccuTrade.
In February 1994, a building board represented by Manhattan attorney Carol Ule, a partner with Hartman Ule Rose & Ratner, became suspicious when an escrow account could not be accounted for.