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ZPG

abbr.
zero population growth
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ZPG

abbreviation for
(Human Geography) zero population growth
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ZPG

zero population growth.
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The deal was agreed with the Daily Mail and General Trust, which had been invested in ZPG since 2012 when its own online business - the Digital Property Group - merged with Zoopla.
ZPG said Money.co.uk would continue as a standalone business and that Morling would stay.
Evaluation of potential of Zn-pectinate gel (ZPG) microparticles containing mesalazine for colonic drug delivery.
Although birth rates have declined dramatically in much of the world and many countries have reached zero population growth (ZPG), with some actually experiencing population declines, population in the developing world continues to increase at a rapid pace.
He joined ZPG Canada in the early 1970s and now heads Canadians for a Sustainable Society, whose website was recently launched (SustainableSociety.com).
Navy's lighter-than-air program through the first half of the 20th century, which essentially ends with the development and flight-testing of the ZPG series in the early 1950s.
The Judgment 4A_558/2011 of March 27, 2012 of the Swiss Federal Tribunal, has been translated into English by the one of the leading Swiss law firm: ZPG Avocats, Geneva and Neuchatel.
To which I would add, in a similar vein, do your bit for ZPG.
organization Zero Population Growth (ZPG) was founded in 1968 in
Eugenics underpins the sleek society in "Gattaca" (1997), the bare minimalistic spaces of "THX 1138" (1971), and the schlocky landscape in "ZPG" (1972), in which child-bearing among certain groups is illegal.
(1988): "The ZPG Letter: Subjects, Definiteness, and Information-status".
Baby Boomers may recall when, during the '60s and '70s, the nonprofit organization Zero Population Growth (a.k.a., ZPG) enjoyed a sizable presence on college campuses and in popular media.