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APL is an abbreviation, acronym, or initialism that may refer to:
- Aden Protectorate Levies, a militia force for local defense of the Aden Protectorate
- Advanced Production and Loading, a Norwegian marine engineering company formed in 1993
- Amateur Poker League, US amateur poker league
- American Premier League, A Twenty20 cricket league in United States of America
- American President Lines, a container transportation and shipping company
- American Protective League, a WWI era pro-war organization
- Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University
- Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington
- Association of Pension Lawyers, UK
- Irish Anti-Partition League, a Northern Ireland political organisation
- Aurora Public Library (disambiguation), several Aurora Public Libraries use the APL abbreviation
Science and technology
- Abductor pollicis longus muscle, in the human hand
- Acute promyelocytic leukemia, a subtype of acute myelogenous leukemia
- APL, US Navy hull classification for barracks craft
- 132524 APL, an asteroid
- Nampula Airport, Mozambique, IATA code
- Applied Physics Letters, a physics journal also abbreviated as Appl. Phys. Lett.
- 'Address Prefix List', a DNS record type
- 'apl', file extension of the Monkey's Audio metadata file
- The APL programming language (computers)
- Framewave, formerly the APL (AMD Performance Library), a computer compiler library
- Adaptive Public License, an Open Source license from the University of Victoria, Canada
- AROS Public License, license of AROS Research Operating System, formerly Amiga Research Operating System
- Applied learning
- apl.de.ap, pseudonym of Allan Pineda Lindo, a member of hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas
- "Accountants Professional Liability". Monitor Liability.
- "Accountants Professional Liability (US)". Arch Capital Group.
- "Applied Learning (ApL) - Practical Accounting for SMEs".
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