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SP

abbr.
1. self-propelled
2. shore patrol
3. single pole
4. specialist
5. submarine patrol

sp

abbreviation for
(Law) without issue
[from Latin sine prole]

SP

abbreviation for
1. (Electronics) standard play: the standard recording speed on a VCR
2. (Commerce) starting price
n
slang Brit latest information

SP

1. Shore Patrol.
2. Socialist Party.

Sp

or Sp.,

1. Spain.
2. Spanish.

sp.

1. special.
2. species.
3. specific.
4. specimen.
5. spelled.
6. spelling.
7. spirit.

s.p.

without issue; childless.
[< Latin sine prōle]
Translations

SP

N ABBR (Brit) =starting price
1. (Racing) → precio m de salida
2. (= information) what's the SP on him?¿qué sabemos acerca de él?
to give sb the SP on sb/sthdar a algn los datos de algn/algo

SP

abbr of starting price
(Horse Racing) → Starterquote f
(inf: = information) what’s the SP on him?was erzählt man sich so über ihn?; to give somebody the SP on somebody/somethingjdm Infos über jdn/etw geben (inf)
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Fungi K1 P W P Composition ([+ or -] SE < 3.2) Absidia spp. 11 0 14 Alternaria spp.
The SPP will be underwritten to A$3.5 million by Patersons Securities Limited ('Patersons') which is acting as Lead Manager and Underwriter to the offer.
This program will also cover the most common pitfalls of those who failed to put up an effective SPP and how one can avoid or improve their processes to achieve success in this important initiative.
Company directors resolved to increase the size the SPP and to scale back on a best as possible equal basis across all eligible shareholder applicants.
Han transcurrido mas de 25 anos de la implementacion del Sistema Privado de Pensiones (SPP) (1993) durante el gobierno autocratico de Alberto Fujimori.
The draft law, if passed by the parliament, should only stop the distrainment proceeding against SPP. It does not concern any other state or private company, the Hospodaacuterske Noviny daily reported.
They may propagate via food, water, air and most importantly by fomites.1 Microbiological contamination refers to an accidental or non-intended introduction of infectious material like bacteria, virus, fungi, yeast, mould, protozoa or their toxins and by-products.2 Currency in the form of paper notes and coins, issued by the government and circulated within an economy used as a medium of exchange for goods and services.3 There are several sources of contamination of currency notes which could be from production, handling, usage, storage or atmosphere.4 Currency notes can be contaminated by contaminated hands, sneezing, coughing droplets or by tongue-wet fingers during money counting.5 Klebsiella spp. Staphylococcus aureus, E.coli, Proteus spp.
Procurement of customer support services and maintenance of the existing information system used in the main and regional offices of the croatian ship registry, in quantities and with all features fully as stated in the documentation: application maintenance of is2 (reg, spp and fak), apu application maintenance, application maintenance, web reports, system maintenance is2 (reg, spp and fak), system maintenance apu, system maintenance of more, application maintenance is2 (re
Out of seventy (n=70) samples examined bacterial isolation revealed incidence of Escherichia coli (Fig.1) 22.85% (n=16), followed by Klebsiella spp (Fig.
Two Staphylococcus aureus (label as A and B, obtained from El Virrey park) and one isolation of Staphylococcus spp. (obtained from Simon Bolivar park) showed oxacillin resistance.