AFPA

AcronymDefinition
AFPAAssociation Nationale pour la Formation Professionnelle des Adultes (the French State Vocational Training Service for Adults)
AFPAAmerican Forest and Paper Association
AFPAAlberta Forest Products Association (Canada)
AFPAAssociation Française de la Presse Automobile (French: French Association of the Automotive Press)
AFPAAdvanced Function Printing Architecture
AFPAAmerican Farm Pullers Association
AFPAAutomatic Flow Process Analysis
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The AFPA also added a provision to the MSA for 100% observer coverage on all foreign vessels fishing in the EEZ (16 U.
The independent variables were the culture medium (PDA, AFPA, and DRBC), temperature, relative air humidity, rainfall, and water activity.
It's important to get the voices of the First Nations and Metis people, said AFPA president Norm Brownell, who noted that his organization coordinates with the provincial government in helping with Aboriginal awareness training for foster families, the majority of whom are non-Aboriginal.
AFPA is a non-profit, membership organization founded in 1901 to employ public education, citizen action and public and private partnerships.
The 2002 AFPA study served as a basis for quality in the absence of mill-specific data on quality.
Patty Williamson is an ACE certified personal trainer, AFPA certified yoga instructor and Health Style Services certified healthy back specialist.
The court held that AFPA did not have standing because it could not prove that it had suffered a cognizable injury.
157) The reason for the name change was to reflect the fact that, under its new eligibility rules, the AFPA would now be able to represent police officers throughout the whole of Australia.
Participation is mandatory for AFPA members, among them timber giants Weyerhaeuser, Georgia-Pacific, and Plum Creek.
Bernadette Joyce, of the AFPA, searched old registers only to discover that Margaret had died a few months after giving birth.
AFPA Base medium has been specially formulated to indicate the presence of these organisms in food samples, and to demonstrate whether they are present in sufficient numbers to pose a significant risk to human health.