1. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK).
2. An expert system.
Pec' to ral, pertaining to the thorax or breast; the anterior of the paired fins of fishes.
He was always in love, of course; every human nat'ral phenomenon is.
Clithral, klith′ral, adj. with a roof that forms a complete covering.
These were included in the interrogatories for the trial and intrusted to ral for his use.
Subspiral, sub-spī′ral, adj. somewhat spiral: indistinctly marked with a spiral line.
"You must praise the Emperor more in your pastoral letters," said ral, prefect of police, to a new bishop.
De Gen'ral done say in dat procl'mation dat he ain't got no control ober de Dutch soldiers.
Gy′ral, whirling, rotating; Gyroid′al, spiral in arrangement or movement.
Synacral, sin-ak′ral, adj. having a common vertex, as faces of a polyhedron.
I'll explain presently—with a too ral li, too ral li, too ral li la.