ULA can refer to any of the following:

  • ULA TV, a Venezuelan regional television channel
  • Ulster Liberation Army, a fictional terrorist organization
  • Uncommitted Logic Array, a type of microchip
  • Underground Literary Alliance, a writer society
  • United Launch Alliance, a space launch service provider
  • United Left Alliance, an Irish electoral alliance of left-wing political parties and independent politicians
  • Unique local address, a subset of IPv6 addresses
  • Universidad de Los Andes, a Venezuelan university
  • Universidad Latinoamericana, a Mexican for-profit university
  • User License Agreement, an alternate name for a Software license agreement
  • User Level Authentication (in SonicWALL products)

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Tibor Jančula
... Tibor Jančula (pronounced Yanchula) (born 16 June 1969 in Bernolákovo) is a former Slovak football striker who played mostly for DAC Dunajská Streda and ... Jančula made 29 appearances and scored 9 goals for the Slovakia national football team from 1995 to 2001 ...
Ula, Norway
... Ula is a village in the Tjølling district in Larvik municipality, Norway ... Ula, on the Vestfold coast about halfway between the cities of Sandefjord, and Larvik, is a popular summer destination The sheltered harbor caters to a small commercial fishing fleet and pleasure craft ...
Beit Ula
... Beit Ula (Arabic بيت أولا‎) is a Palestinian town in the Hebron Governorate, located ten kilometers northwest of Hebron, in the southern West Bank ... Beit Ula has a total land area of 22,432 dunams, of which 74.5% is located in Area B (Palestinian National Authority (PNA) is in control of civil affairs and Israel's responsible for security ...
... Mokuʻula is a tiny island now buried beneath an abandoned baseball field in Maluʻulu o Lele Park, Lahaina, Hawaii ... According to Klieger, "the moated palace of Mokuʻula...was a place of the "Sacred Red Mists," an oasis of rest and calm during the raucous, rollicking days of Pacific ...
Apocalypse (novel) - Plot Summary
... of several villagers and that her name is Ula, the two who attacked her were called Uddi and Zak, the old man was called Torin and the eldest is called Wyn ... Ula, however, appears and provides Kit with enough cover to allow him to escape ... Ula explains to Kit that the Islanders are a religious community who believe themselves to be Torchbearers to God and that they will be saved from the Devil ...