IAP


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IAP

abbr.
international airport

IAP

abbreviation for
(Communications & Information) internet access provider: a company that provides organizations or individuals with access to the internet
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Studies have shown that high expression of IAP protein can promote the occurrence of various malignant tumors, including lung cancer, head and neck cancer, breast cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, melanoma as well as multiple myeloma.
PhD and M Phil scholars from the IAP, researchers from Centre for Earth and Environmental sciences (CEES) and Centre for Clinical Psychology (CCP), faculty members of IAP and experts in Psychology attended the seminar.
Imagination At Play has no doubt visitors will get to know IAP better with this new web update.
IAP was simultaneously measured in each pig using the three methods at different times.
The IAP comprising a group of elite architects has been working in Pakistan since its establishment in 1957.
Based in Dayton, Ohio, IAP Research employs approximately 40 people and has been a key subcontractor to BAE Systems for more than ten years on the EMRG development.
Similar to many fintech platforms such as crowd funding and peer-to-peer lending platforms, IAP facilitates direct investment by investors into viable ventures of their choice.
Ottawa, however, argued that IAP records are government records, and therefore could be released 20 years after those identified in them have died.
Qualifying countries, inventors and companies can be accepted as members once they agree to the terms drawn up for the IAP, which started as a pilot program in Colombia last year.
From the perspective of investors, IAP represents an opportunity to earn competitive returns as well as a new avenue to diversify their investment portfolio, while leveraging on the prevailing architecture to address information asymmetries.
Increased IAP is a predominate characteristic of central obesity.
IAP is a major global organisation of prosecutors which has many responsibilities pertaining to international cooperation, boosting prosecutions' capabilities and caring for human rights in what is related to criminal litigation.