APEAR

AcronymDefinition
APEARAsia Pacific Employee Assistance Roundtable (Singapore)
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This "I" is, I believe, a rare appearance by the actual Christopher Middleton, who also apears on the cover of this new collection in a photograph: a handsome older man with a walking stick, in a dry place, perhaps Texas or Anatolia, with the bare branches of a tree poking into the frame from the left.
Selection pressure from broad-spectrum antimicrobial agents apears to promote nosocomial colonization with VRE, which, after prolonged exposure to vancomycin, may lead to the emergence of vancomycin dependence in the colonizing strain.
Pascal is named only once, so far as I know, in Mallarme's writing, but it is in a context that for me apears crucial, insofar as it is in a moment of the "Notes on language" that elaborates not only the necessity, but the precise means of an epistemological exchange between the language of science and the science of language, in order to overcome or control chance.
Community Buy-In: Community support for environmental actions apears likely to increase where actions are locally generated in response to community needs.
Small wonder, then that their lives turn upside down again when their collective "other woman" suddenly apears in a Toronto restaurant--well after they had buried what they thought to be her ashes.
It apears that ITS will make it much easier to maintain existing applications (once written in ITS) over the years, a job that is very difficult and expensive today [11].
Beyond printing new signs reminding patrons and checkers of new purchasing are requirements, the effect of "age 21" laws on grocers apears to be negligible.
Will's Love Triangle - It apears Will (Chris Carmack) is going to get into some trouble.
He's a half-brother to Hennessy winner Carruthers and apears to be slightly more robust than him on racecourse evidence.
Because of the loading, the maximum stress apears in the top part.
From Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre: Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity, or registering wrongs - "Life apears 2 me 2 shrt 2 spnt in nursin animosity or registrin wrongs.
One of the most striking features of the house today, which offers a fascinating insight to the past, is the very wide doorway, built it apears to take the Crinoline Dresses which were so popular at that time.