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ala

[′ā·lə]
(biology)
A wing or winglike structure.

ala

1. An alcove or small room opening off the atrium of an ancient Roman house.
2. A small room on each side of a cella.
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ALA is focused on the delivery of cutting-edge management and leadership products and services to the global legal community.
Speaking to Today's Zaman on Thursday, Ceyhan said that he did not insult Ala in the report in question and that he cannot be tried on charges of "insulting a public official" because Ala was not a public official on April 29 since he did not hold a public post or official title at the time.
Deka manufactures the fractional COz laser tested in the study, and DUSA Pharmaceuticals manufactures the blue light PDT device and the ALA product.
Shortly after my election, and during my year as ALA President-Elect, it became clear that collaboration is a thread that runs through every aspect of the role.
The alliance of the two companies will mean that ALA and its guests will be able to take advantage of EMS's buying power and range of product offerings.
ALA will continue to consider the plan and provide more comments in the near future.
Editor's note: For the article in question, NUTRACEUTICALS WORLD made repeated attempts to contact multiple companies with an interest in ALA, but only received a response from one.
Tyson will sell plants at Ashland and Gadsden, Ala.
ALA in HIV-infected patients has not been well characterized, although several case series have been reported (2,4).
ALA noted that while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has pledged to issue guidelines for limiting pollution from such sources, the agency has yet to take any action.