ORL

ORL can refer to several things:

  • Omar Rodríguez-López, leader of The Mars Volta
  • IATA airport code for Orlando Executive Airport
  • Olivetti Research Laboratory
  • Orlando, Florida
  • Orlando Magic
  • Oil Refineries Ltd
  • Otolaryngology is sometimes referred to as ORL
  • Optical return loss in fiber optics and telecommunications
  • "Opioid Receptor-Like receptor" in neurobiology, now known as the Nociceptin receptor

Other articles related to "orl":

Louise Marie Adélaïde De Bourbon - Issue
... The couple had six children A daughter (died at birth, 10 October 1771) Louis Philippe d'Orléans, (Palais Royal, 1773–1850, Claremont) Duke of Valois at birth (1773–1785) Duke of Chartres (1785–1793 ...
Louise Adélaïde D'Orléans - Biography
... Marie Louise Adélaïde d'Orléans was born at the Palace of Versailles on 13 August 1698 ... After the marriage of her aunt Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans, Louise Adélaïde was known at court as Mademoiselle de Chartres ... She assumed the style of Mademoiselle d'Orléans in 1710 after her older sister Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans married Charles, Duke of Berry ...
Sack-back Gown - Notable Wearers
... back to the correspondence of Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans, Duchess d'Orléans, is that the earliest form of the sack-back gown, the robe battante, was invented as maternity ... A similar story is associated with Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans, Duchess of Berry, who during the French Regency of 1715-1723 was known for wearing ...
Louise Diane D'Orléans
... Louise Diane d'Orléans (27 June 1716 – 26 September 1736) was the sixth daughter and last child of Philippe d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans (Regent of the Kingdom from 1715 to 1723) and his wife, Fran ... She was born during the Regency of Philippe d'Orléans, the Regent of Louis XV of France ...
Li Livres De Jostice Et De Plet
... legal treatise compiled by the postglossators of the school of Orléans in the mid-thirteenth century (c ... the decretals of Gregory IX), Roman law (especially the Digest), the customary law of the Orléanais, and the legislation of the Capetian Kings of France ... being possibly the work of a student of the University of Orléans ...