AUP


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AUP

abbr.
Acceptable Use Policy
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The Excess variable in Table 4 is the difference between AUP (actual underwriting profit) and EUP1 (equilibrium underwriting profit based on risk-free rate) in percent.
TLSG said with the additional resources PwC brings to TLSG's corporate asset recovery services, clients can expect to have more resources available to address their AUP needs, resulting in synergies that may lead to increased revenues.
The story of the AUP is told and retold, and we get to experience it from the perspective of a number of different stakeholders.
Matt Levinson, Head of School for University Prep in Seattle and author of From Fear to Facebook: One School's Journey, offered this advice for other administrators leading the effort to create an AUP: "I think one of the most important elements to the writing of an AUP is that it does not turn into a list of 'don'ts.
Some, like Idaho, will allow you to donate AUP to one of several state charities.
Virgin Islands, Guam, and a few foreign countries have AUP laws.
Furthermore, when ANA company leadership realized the challenges that were present in conducting this convoy, it asked the local AUP for additional trucks to augment its security.
I saw two AUP pointing their weapons at Cpl McCarthy and LCpl Davies.
Except in deliberate missions and in conjunction with the AUP, the ANA does not operate within population centers; instead, it is responsible for the circles of success.
Salman, who died in a dune buggy accident in Al Ain in February, was posthumously awarded the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award by AUP.
These auditors work without authoritative guidance on how estimated AUP liabilities should be determined.