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anterior cruciate ligament
Contemporary Examples

It takes the skier with an acl tear about a year to get back on the slopes.
Down With Downhill Skiing! Bryan Curtis February 15, 2010

Those like ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson who underwent surgery last August to repair two torn ligaments (acl and MCL) in her knee.
Media Coverage of Olympic Terror Threats Shines Spotlight on Wrong Players Dean Obeidallah February 2, 2014

1. Access Control List.
2. Association for Computational Linguistics.
3. A Coroutine Language.
A Pascal-based implementation of coroutines.
[“Coroutines”, C.D. Marlin, LNCS 95, Springer 1980].
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
anterior cruciate ligament


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    aclasis aclasis ac·la·sis (āk’lə-sĭs) n. pl. ac·la·ses (-sēz’) Pathological continuity between normal and abnormal tissue.

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    aclam American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • Aclastic

    aclastic aclastic a·clas·tic (ə-klās’tĭk) adj. Not refracting light rays; nonrefractive. Relating to or exhibiting aclasis.

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