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Housing Units (2000): 957
Land area (2000): 4.835244 sq. miles (12.523225 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 4.835244 sq. miles (12.523225 sq. km)
FIPS code: 35040
Located within: New Mexico (NM), FIPS 35
Location: 32.112102 N, 103.192972 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 88252
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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JAL (Just Another Language) is a Pascal-like programming language and compiler that generates executable code for PIC microcontrollers. It is a free-format language with a compiler that runs on Linux, MS-Windows and MS-DOS (OSX support). It is configurable and extendable through the use of libraries and can even be combined with PIC assembly language.
Jal (, ) is a pop rock band from Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The band originally consisted of songwriter, vocalist and lead guitarist, Goher Mumtaz and vocalist, Atif Aslam and later joined by bass guitarist Omer Nadeem. Founded in 2002, they first became popular playing in Lahore's underground music scene with the release of their song "Aadat".
The band initially achieved commercial success with the release of their music video "Aadat", directed by Umer Anwar, in 2003. After the success of the single, lead vocalist Atif Aslam parted ways with the band, due to differences with lead guitarist Goher Mumtaz, to pursue a career as a solo artist. This led to Mumtaz recruiting musicians Farhan Saeed on vocals and Aamir Sheraz on bass guitar. The band's new line-up followed with the release of their début studio album, Aadat, in 2004. The album was declared as the best selling album of 2004 on Geo TV by the record label Sadaf Stereo. Soon afterwards, the band recorded and released their second studio album Boondh in 2007, which topped several music charts in South Asia. The band went on to win the MTV Asia Award for Favorite Artist India in 2006. In 2011, Farhan Saeed also left the band to pursue a solo career, with Goher Mumtaz taking over as the lead vocalist of the band. Jal came out with their third studio album 'Pyaas' which was released to the fans delight on 11 March 2013 in both Pakistan (by Hum Network, M Records) and India (Universal Music). But even after that, On 23 December 2013, Aamir Sheraz officially left the band.
Jal performed songs from their album Pyaas, apart from their old hits, in London's O2 Arena in June 2013.
"Jal" is the third episode of the first series of the British teen drama Skins. It was written by Bryan Elsley and directed by Adam Smith.1 It premiered on E4 on 8 February 2007. It is told from the point of view of main character Jal Fazer.
Jal (English: Water) is a 2013 Hindi film which is set in the Rann of Kutch, India about an overconfident water diviner named Bakka, who tries to solve the drought problems in his village, but faces unforeseen circumstances when he tries to help a female bird watcher save flamingos. The film is directed by Girish Malik and is his debut film as a director. The film was premiered and received special mention at the "New Currents" section of the Busan International Film Festival 2013 and in the "Indian Panorama" section of the International Film Festival of India. The film released in India on 4 April 2014. One World Films has collaborated with DAR Motion Pictures for the distribution of 'Jal' in India. The film has received the National Film Award for Best Special Effects for the year 2013 at the 61st National Film Awards. Jal was also short-listed as an Oscars 2014 contender in the Best Picture Category and the Best Original Score Category. The film advanced in the top 114 films in the Best Original Score Category.
Usage examples of "jal".
It is a small city ruled by a prince named Jal Had who has such a bad reputation that it has reached to far away Helium.
Perhaps in time I should have become proud of the distinction, for I attracted far more attention than even the most appalling of the horrid beasts that Jal Had had succeeded in collecting.
I, a noble of Helium, to be fed with the scraps from the table of Jal Had, Prince of Amhor.
Perhaps a good beating will teach you better manners than to lie to Jal Had.
I was not fed with the others, but shortly afterward a slave boy came from Jal Had's palace with a hamper filled with the scraps from his table.
You lied to me, and you lied to Jal Had, and now you are lying to this young slave.
I mean, what is happening to her in the palace of Jal Had, and what is going to happen to her.
I gathered from him that she was in no immediate danger, as Jal Had's oldest wife had taken her under her protection.
She had long objected to sharing the affections of Jal Had with other women.
She is hesitating now only because of the fear that Jal Had, in his rage, would destroy her if she did so.
I have learned that there are several who would like to succeed Jal Had, and if he is dead Amhor may have a civil war on her hands.
This Dur Ajmad was far more popular than Jal Had, his influence with the army, outside of Jal Had's personal troops, being great.
Perhaps you are too late, for Jal Had has gone to visit her in her apartments, even though the period of mourning is not over.
Crossing quickly, I entered the second room where I found Jal Had holding Janai in his arms.
Following my instructions, Ur Raj replied that Jal Had was below and that he had given orders not to divulge our destination.