[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Scotland In Scotland the Scottish Stone Liaison Group was established in 2000 by the Government heritage agency Historic Scotland (HS 2000) to identify critical resource and skill needs and to promote the sustainable redevelopment of sources of stone which were formerly available (McMillan et al.
What does SSLG stand for?
SSLG stands for Scottish Stone Liaison Group (UK)
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- Sunrise Senior Living Education Foundation (Merritt Academy; Fairfax, VA)
- Saber Scorpion's Lair Forums (website)
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- Simultaneous Saccharification and Lactic Acid Fermentation
- Skin Surface Lipid Film (dermatology)
- Specialized Security-Limited Functionality (Windows; Microsoft, Inc.)
- Stainless Steel Leukocyte Filter
- Specialist Services Liaison Group (UK)
- Student-Staff Liaison Group (various universities; UK)
- Society for the Study of Labour History (London, England, UK)
- Search for Satanic Lyrics on the Internet
- Signal, Speech and Language Interpretation (University of Washington)
- Single Supratentorial Lacunar Infarct (neuropsychology)
- Society of School Librarians International
- Southern Security Life Insurance (Florida)
- State Sponsored Life Insurance (US National Guard)
- Service de Sauvetage et de Lutte Contre l'Incendie des Aéronefs (French: Rescue Service and Fire Fighting Aircraft)
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Scottish Stone Liaison Group spokesman Alan McKinney said: "It is inevitable that someone, somewhere pays the true price of such 'cheap' materials - and often this can be at the loss of a limb or sometimes the ultimate sacrifice.
Alan McKinney, of the Scottish Stone Liaison Group, said yesterday: "As price would appear to be a factor in every decision, there is every possibility that Indian granite could clad the new Parliament.