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aal

(ɑːl)
n
(Plants) an East Indian shrub
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Al-Athari congratulated in a press statement the staff of the Higher Institute of Energy, an PAAET affiliate, on wining academic accreditation for nine of its programs from the American Academy for Liberal Education (AALE).
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* Corresponding author: Aale Naqvi (aalenaqvi@yahoo.com).
Zahid Iqbal and Ruby, Yameen Sheikh and Erum, Azam Durrani and Anjum, Aale Mehdi and Billi, Saleem Piracha and Almas, Siraj Banatwala and Shahnaz and Naeem Munshi and his wife Naqiba.
First is the Aale who was described as a Nupe hunter, now Baale Okeelerin, another is the Ohunsile described as an Awori prince now Baale of Ijeru, also is the Orisatolu now Baale isapa, Akandie later Baale Akandie in Isale-Afon who later became extinct.
Faehwissenschaftliches Kolloquium "Angewandte Automatisierungstechnik in Lehre und Entwicklung" (AALE) an der Hochschule Harz in Wernigerode, Wernigerode, 2008
The American Academy for Liberal Education (AALE) was founded in 1992 for "the purpose of supporting and recognizing excellence in undergraduate liberal arts teaching and learning through accreditation." AALE's current scope of recognition is for the accreditation and pre-accreditation (Candidacy for Accreditation) of institutions of higher education throughout the United States that offer liberal arts degrees at the baccalaureate level or a documented equivalency.