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PLP

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Parliamentary Labour Party
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PLP

(Brit) abbr of Parliamentary Labour PartyParlamentsfraktion fder Labour Partei
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American Business Bank is proud to be a PLP lender, which is the highest bank designation granted by the SBA and is reserved only for top tier bank lenders,' said Stephen Pihl, regional EVP and SBA department manager.
Tom Villarin--strongly opposed the creation of the PLP, saying that it might create an impression that Congress is creating its own private armies.
Reading a summary of the PSPG position paper, Garcia said in a Wednesday hearing: 'The PNP has been granted by the Constitution a wide-ranged area of functions, including various functions being proposed for the PLP.
Parents were surveyed for their responses to the student led PLP conferences (twice per year--once after the fall conference and again after the spring conference).
Angela Jardine, chairwoman of the EWC, said: "The EWC's PLP is a onestop shop for teachers, lecturers and support staff to record their progress and evaluate their experiences.
Bacterial cells (3 g) were sonicated at 100% amplitude for 6 min and centrifuged at 12000 rpm at 4[degrees]C for 20 min, and then the supernatant fluid was used for determination of the intracellular PLP by TLC.
Ironically the PLP voted to axe them - now they want them back.
PLP operating costs are expected to be approximately $1.
The PLP do not tell me what to do as an ordinary party member," he said.
Paragon was considered for PLP status based on its record with the SBA.
PLP is defined as any sensation in the amputated part of the extremity, which is so intense that it is experienced as painful2.
The attitude of the PLP is stinking and its time they got off their high horses.