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ACP

abbr.
American College of Physicians
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A.C.P.

American College of Physicians.
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The study was conducted in the State of Missouri at ACPS. ACPS is a public urban institution that is located in a metropolitan area.
The CPs in the coolant and on the pipe here absorb neutron and become radioactive, which are called activated corrosion products (ACPs).
Current daily capacity of the ACPs, marketed under the brand name Alucopanel, is 4,000 sq m.
The rift between the European Union (EU) and the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific group (ACP) remained unresolved during negotiations on the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), PANA reported from here.
The new ACPs are at the Wynyard Road Primary Care Centre in Hartlepool and the Chaloner Building, Church Street, Guisborough (formerly Guisborough Maternity Hospital).
In late August 2006, the Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, post commander expressed concern that the post had no effective means at access control points (ACPs) to identify individuals who were barred from entry to the installation.
What are the characteristics of ACPs in the published literature and how many meet the NCLBA requirement of producing highly qualified teachers?
For further information regarding this unique conference, visit www.ibe.tu-berlin.de/ACPS or contact: Organizing Committee, African Conference of Physics Students (acps 2005), G.P.O.
Overall, in the 1999-2000 school year, 65% (107/164) of ACPs were received from health care providers.