ANL may refer to:
Anillin is a conserved protein implicated in cytoskeletal dynamics during cellularization and cytokinesis.
The Anlo Ewe are a sub-group of the Ewe people of approximately 6 million people, inhabiting southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana; meanwhile, a majority of Ewe are located in the entire southern half of Togo and southwest Benin.
Anlaby is a village forming part of the western suburbs of Kingston upon Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
Anlaby Common is former common land, now an outer suburb of Kingston upon Hull. The area includes the residential areas which are located on the western urban fringe of Hull; the B1231 road (Hull Road/Springfield Way) passes through all of Anlaby Common's estates, east to west.
The Academicus Neo Lovaniensis Ordo (in short, ANLO), is a mixed student corporation which is composed of present and alumni students of the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL).
Alan Courtis was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on February 22, 1972. He studied classical guitar, piano, theory and composition.
Anlu is a traditional practice in the Kom communities of the Northwest Region of Cameroon. The practice revolves around groups of women gathering together and engaging in extreme behavior to shame and ostracize individuals who break community morals, such as physical abuse of a pregnant woman or incest.
Anlong Veng District (Khmer: ស្រុកអន្លង់វែង) is a district in Oddar Meanchey province in Cambodia. The main town in the district is also called Anlong Veng.
Anloga (Angloga or Awunaga) is a town in Keta District of the Volta Region in southeast Ghana. It lies east of the Volta River and just south of the Keta Lagoon.