Definitions for "GLA"
Gamma Linolenic Acid. In healthy people, the body converts GLA from linoleic acid (LA), the most abundant n6 fatty acid in average western diet. GLA is the precursor for arachadonic acid, dihomogamma linolenic acid (DGLA) and of certain prostaglandins (PGE1) which in turn play important roles in maintaining health.
An omega-6 fatty acid commonly derived from Borage (Starflower) Oil, Evening Primrose Oil or Black Currant Oil.
Gamma Linolenic Acid. A healthy body may derive some of the fatty acid GLA from dietary Linoleic Acid. The richest natural source of GLA is borage (also known as starflower) oil. GLA is also found in black currant and evening primrose oils. The body uses GLA to produce eicosanoids that are highly anti-inflammatory, dilate blood vessels, and reduce blood clotting. GLA is popularly used by women suffering from PMS. However, GLA has been clinically indicated to have therapeutic benefits in many other health conditions including: rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular disease, diabetic neuropathy, cancer, and skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. The body definitely needs GLA and most North Americans are likely not getting enough of it.
which is expressed in square feet (sq ft) from dimensions as measured on the outside of a one-story house and represents the total amount of finished living space. Other style houses have slightly different rules which are too detailed for an explanation here. For more information regarding this matter see ANSI Z765-1996 standard from the American National Standards Institute.
Gross Living Area. The living space of the home (GLA is above grade, basements are not above grade).
"Gross Living Area," the sum of all above grade floor space, including stairways and closet space. GLA is often determined using exterior wall measurements.
Greater London Assembly. The London Assembly comprises 25 members, all elected at the same time as the Mayor. The London Assembly examines the Mayor's activities, questioning him about his decisions. The Assembly is also able to investigate other issues of importance to Londoners, publish its findings and recommendations, and make proposals to the Mayor.
1. The abbreviation used for Greater London Assembly. 2. Generic term used to refer to any publication produced for the Greater London Assembly. These publications are digitally produced in the main.
Greater London Authority. Its role is to provide strategic citywide government for London. The GLA is made up of a directly elected Mayor - the Mayor of London - and a separately elected Assembly - the London Assembly.
Generally Licensed Authorization (This is less stringent than an SSA, and is typically for sealed sources that are embedded within an apparatus.)
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