American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
- abbr. Master of Arts in Library Science
- n. a master's degree in library science
“Like the MALS, Marines from the MWSS were absolutely essential to the operation and success of VMA-513 during its 2002—2003 OEF deployment.”
“MALS = P Confronted by a white wall in which there is an entrance in blackness.”
“Ultrasonography and Computed Tomography angiography along with 3-D imaging are used to give patients a definitive MALS diagnosis at the University of Chicago.”
“Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome, or MALS, is a medical condition that may result in significant abdominal pain, according to the University of Chicago.”
“Getting a diagnosis of MALS can be a long journey for many patients.”
“Establishing power of attorney and writing a will are two essentials for ensuring the protection of your property," said Linda Warren Seely, director of pro bono projects at MALS.”
“Linda Seely said several people have come to MALS for just that reason.”
“Another associate worked for a nonprofit group called Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts in Nashville, and another worked for MALS.”
“After completing several degrees -- an MALS at Wesleyan University in Conn. concentrating in metals and a terminal degree an MFA in Ceramic Sculpture in 1990 at Ohio University -- the Diocesan Cleveland Mission Team in El Salvador in 1992 asked her to come and help design and build an altar on the spot where the Churchwomen were found in a shallow grave after they were raped and killed.”
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