The Dubai plant now produces two such vehicles a day, chief executive Rouelle says, still primarily for shipment to Iraq and Afghanistan but increasingly also to other buyers elsewhere.
What does RLE stand for?
RLE stands for Rouelle (French: Lane; Canada Post street designation)
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of RLE
We have 47 other meanings of RLE in our Acronym Attic
- Related Learning Experience (various organizations)
- Remaining Life Expectancy
- Repair and Life Extension (ship repair)
- Required Local Effort
- Réseau Local d'Entreprise (French: Local Area Network)
- Rhône-Alpes Location Equipement (French rental equipment company)
- Right Lower Extremities
- Right-to-Left Embedding
- Roast-Leach-Electrowin (zinc smelting)
- Robert Lee Entertainment (California)
- Run Length Encoding
- Railway Labor Executives Association
- Rat Liver Epithelial Cell
- Reno Livestock Events Center (Nevada)
- Report Log Exception Condition (disk drive control mode parameter)
- Reverse Logistics Executive Council (reverse logistics practices improvement group; Reno, NV)
- Rural Local Exchange Carrier
- Rice Lake Economic Development Corporation (Wisconsin)
- Roaring Lion Energy Drink (Sun Valley, CA)
- Rugby League European Federation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Belgian ambassador Claude Rouelle was reported to be in an "extremely serious condition".
According to Vermont Transportation Agency Aviation Director Gary Rouelle, the funds will enable the state to manage immediate and future operational and safety requirements and ensure passenger service facilities.
Mai Masri and Jean Chamoun honored at MIPDoc Trailblazer Luis Silberwasser joins Patricia Boutinard Rouelle for keynote interviews 2-3 April 2011, Palais des Festivals, Cannes PARIS, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 800 participants are expected for the 13th edition of MIPDoc, the international documentary programming market, which will take place in the Carlton Hotel in Cannes on the weekend of 2-3 April, ahead of MIPTV 2011, and features a rich line-up of events.
prefaces Bertrand Delanoe, Andre Vingt-Trois; direction Beatrice de Andia, Jean-Louis Coignet, Michel Le Moel; iconographie Stephane Rouelle.
Chemistry In 1744, Guillaume Francois Rouelle, a French scientist, came up with a definition of salt that is still used today--Salt is any substance caused by the reaction of an acid and a base.
Hilaire Marin Rouelle (1718-1779) in 1773 prepared an impure urea from the alcoholic extract of an evaporated urine residue.
Gough argued that, as early as 1766, Lavoisier had raised the "central" problem of the Chemical Revolution, the nature of the "gaseous state," when he suggested, in accord with the ideas of Robert Jacques Turgot and Guillame Francois Rouelle, that air loses its "elasticity" and becomes "fixed" in chemical combinations, when it is deprived of its "matter of fire," or "caloric.