ALI may refer to:
- Acer Laboratories Incorporated, a manufacturer of integrated circuits
- Acute limb ischemia, a condition caused by sudden lose of blood flow to a limb
- Acute lung injury, a lung injury caused by inflammation
- Albion (Amtrak station), Michigan, from its Amtrak station code
- ALI, a graffiti artist
- Alice International Airport, Texas, from its IATA airport code
- American Law Institute, an organization for the clarification and simplification of United States law
- Annual limit on intake, a limit in radiation dosimetry
Other articles related to "ali":
... Ali Imran is a pivotal character in Imran Series ... As Imran—Ali Imran—he acts as an opportunist who can turn either a police informer or a blackmailer as the situation demands ...
... His first son, Mohammad Ali Mirza Dowlatsh, was seven months older than his brother Abbas Mirza (Fat'h Ali Shah's Crown Prince), but on account of his mother, Ziba ... Sons Mohammad Ali Mirza (1788–1821) Mohammad Qoli Mirza (1788–1874) Mohammad Vali Mirza (1789–1869) Abbas Mirza (1789–1833) Kiomarth Mirza "Il-Khani" Hossein ...
... Fat′h Ali later employed writers and painters to make a book about his wars with Russia, inspired by the Shahnameh of Ferdowsi ... his beloved son and crown prince Abbas Mirza died on 25 October 1833, Fat′h Ali named his grandson Mohammed Mirza as his crown prince ... Fat′h Ali died a year later, on 23 October 1834 ...
... Ali was born in 1740 into a powerful clan in the village Beçisht, at the foot of the Këlcyrë mountains near the Albanian town of Tepelenë ... According to other sources Ali Pasha was part of the Albanian Lab tribe´ (Liapis) ... Ali's father, Veli Bey, was murdered when Ali was fourteen years old by neighbouring rival chiefs who seized the territories of his Tosk tribe ...
... Ali (Arabic علي, ʿAlī) is a male Arabic name, derived from the Arabic root ʿ-L-Y which literally means "high" ... Islamic traditional use of the name goes back to Ali ibn Abu Talib, the Islamic leader and cousin of Muhammad, but the name is identical in form and meaning to the Hebrew ... The name Ali can arise away from Islam among English-speakers as short for male and female names starting with "Al-", or the Old Norse man's name Áli ...
Famous quotes containing the word ali:
“That was always the difference between Muhammad Ali and the rest of us. He came, he saw, and if he didnt entirely conquerhe came as close as anybody we are likely to see in the lifetime of this doomed generation.”
—Hunter S. Thompson (b. 1939)