Definitions for "Gal"
Guardian ad Litem. A person appointed by the court to represent the best interested of the child or youth in any legal proceedings involving the young person Often but not always an attorney. GALs may be paid or may serve in a pro-bono (unpaid) capacity. In some areas CASAs are called GALs even though they are not attorneys.
Guardian ad litem. Often an attorney, or other person, appointed by the court to represent the interests of a child. The status of guardian ad litem exists only within the confines of the particular court case in which the appointment occurs.
Guardian ad Litem. An adult volunteer, assigned by the court to study and protect the best interests of a youth in a civil or criminal abuse or neglect case. The GAL and the youth should talk on an ongoing basis. The GAL is your voice in the courtroom.
Gal is a non-SI unit of acceleration, equal to 1 cm/s2. Also called galileo.
A unit of acceleration equal to 1 cm/s2. The milligal is frequently used because it is about 0.001 times the earth's gravity.
United States liquid unit equal to 4 quarts or 3.785 liters
Keywords:  gruppo, azione, locale
Gruppo di Azione Locale
Generic Array Logic
Registered trademark of Lattice Semiconductor for their invention of EEPROM-based low-power programmable logic devices.
Keywords:  mapi, global, list, recipients, address
GAL - See definition for: global address list
The Exchange Server Global Address List (GAL) is a MAPI address book container that holds recipients for a whole organization.
Keywords:  alliterative, girl, woman, term
alliterative term for girl (or woman)
Keywords:  bladder
gall bladder
General Administrative Letter
Keywords:  female
Keywords:  get, life
Get a life
Keywords:  page
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