IPHC

AcronymDefinition
IPHCInternational Pacific Halibut Commission
IPHCInternational Pentecostal Holiness Church
IPHCInstitut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (French: Hubert Curien Multidisciplinary Institute)
IPHCIntellectual Property High Court (Tokyo High Court; Japan)
IPHCInternet Protocol Header Compression
IPHCIndigenous Primary Health Care (Australia)
IPHCIntegrated Primary Health Care Project (various organizations)
IPHCIntermediate Point Headway Control (subway signaling)
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Each room at IPHC is designed to be comfortable, safe, and relaxing.
We also discuss the business and legal ramifications of continuing to hold and manage intellectual property through an IPHC and innovative ways in which a company can use an IPHC to facilitate structured finance and securitization or joint venture transactions.
Persons with an IPHC who later developed a secondary condition believed that HCPs ignored their complaint because the HCP thought they were likely confused and/or just seeking attention.
Similar to NPFMC's ban on unregulated fishing, IPHC prohibits
IP only compression in IPHC (IP header compression)
Halibut populations continued to decline, and the IPHC decreased the allowed catch more than 26 percent between 1986 and 1995.
BCF scientists Doug Weber and Herb Shippen participated in the 1960 Paragon cruise but there were no IPHC staff (Herb Shippen4).
Mission of project management including technical studies and site supervision as part of the rehabilitation of Fort Joffre Holtzheim for the instalation units IPHC ROLF of Alsace CNRS delegation.
Some years later, IPHC [12] was also able to compress UDP and IPv6 headers.
The aim of the present study was to examine whether significant levels of spatial structure were detectable within a small subsample of IPHC longline survey catches.
Beginning in 1967, the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) designated IPHC Regulatory Area 4E (Bristol Bay) as a halibut nursery area and prohibited all fishing for halibut year-round within the area (IPHC, 1968).
The IPHC employee who had informed the plaintiff that the program was not imminent was at worst guilty of excusable neglect, not wrongful conduct.