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CPLCorporal
CPLComplete
CPLCouple
CPLCleveland Public Library
CPLControl Panel (Windows file extension)
CPLCompliance (OSHA)
CPLCost Per Lead
CPLChicago Public Library
CPLCyberathlete Professional League (gaming)
CPLCourants Porteurs en Ligne (France)
CPLCriminal Procedure Law
CPLCommercial Pilot License
CPLConcealed Pistol License
CPLCall Processing Language
CPLCombined Programming Language
CPLCurrent Privilege Level
CPLCenter for Progressive Leadership
CPLCharacters Per Line
CPLCentral Power and Light
CPLCarboplatin
CPLCalgary Public Library (Canada)
CPLCarolina Power & Light
CPLComputer Programming Language
CPLCenter for Public Leadership
CPLCertified Professional Logistician
CPLCats Protection League
CPLCourant Patriotique Libre (French political movement)
CPLConforming Products List
CPLCanine Partners for Life
CPLCircularly Polarized Light
CPLClosing Protection Letter (real estate)
CPLCapillary Pumped Loop
CPLCertified Professional Landman
CPLCarnegie Public Library (Ohio)
CPLCircular Polarizing Lens
CPLClass Precedence List (LISP)
CPLCurrent Flight Plan
CPLCertified Professional Locksmith
CPLContinuous Pressure Laminate (surfacing)
CPLCommissioner of Public Lands
CPLCambridge Programming Language
CPLCouncil of Prison Locals
CPLContinuing Professional Learning (University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
CPLCadila Pharmaceuticals Limited (India)
CPLCertificate of Pending Litigation
CPLConversational Programming Language
CPLCincinnati Public Library (Cincinnati, OH)
CPLColor Position Light (railroads)
CPLClinical Pathology Laboratories Inc.
CPLCost Per Loan (mortgage/banking)
CPLCentre for Public Law
CPLComputer Program Library
CPLCorporate Price List
CPLCenter for Plain Language
CPLCommunist Party of Lithuania
CPLComparative Planetology Laboratory
CPLComplementary Pass Logic
CPLComparative Price Level
CPLCongenital Pulmonary Lymphangiectasia
CPLCodices Palatini Latini
CPLCornerstone Propane Partners
CPLCanadian Protestant League
CPLCommon Prototyping Language
CPLCentrale Paysanne Luxembourgeoise (French: Luxemburg Farmers Union)
CPLCorrect Path Loss
CPLCommunity Public License
CPLChemistry and Physics Laboratory
CPLCentral Point of Lunate
CPLCertified Parts List
CPLCarbon Power & Light
CPLConfinement Protection Limit
CPLCapability Password Level
CPLChange Part List
CPLCenter for Process Learning
CPLCenter for Productive Longevity
CPLCrash Position Locator
CPLContention Period Length
CPLCommon Program Language
CPLConsolidated Procurement Directive
CPLCommand Priorities List
CPLCompliance Pipeline Newsletter
CPLCooperative Processing Language
CPLConstant Phased Limiting Amplifier
CPLConfirmation-Packet Loss
CPLChild Protection Law (various locations)
CPLCentre Professionnel des Lubrifiants (French: Professional Center of Lubricants)
CPLCollege of Physicians of London (UK)
CPLCoût par Lead (French: Cost per Lead)
CPLCerebral Palsy League (various locations)
CPLChandler Public Library (Chandler, TX)
CPLCanadian Pacific Ltd. (various locations)
CPLChalmers Publication Library (Chalmers University of Technology; Sweden)
CPLCarnegie Premier League (various locations)
CPLCarrefour des Pays Lorrains (French local development group)
CPLComposites des Pays de Loire (French composites company)
References in classic literature ?
In his devouring mind's eye, he pictured to himself every roasting-pig running about with a pudding in his belly, and an apple in his mouth; the pigeons were snugly put to bed in a comfortable pie, and tucked in with a coverlet of crust; the geese were swimming in their own gravy; and the ducks pairing cosily in dishes, like snug married couples, with a decent competency of onion sauce.
Ona was blue-eyed and fair, while Jurgis had great black eyes with beetling brows, and thick black hair that curled in waves about his ears--in short, they were one of those incongruous and impossible married couples with which Mother Nature so often wills to confound all prophets, before and after.
With a couple of thousand rough men under one, one has plenty of that sort of amusement.
He said it was a sight better than lying tied a couple of years every day, and trembling all over every time there was a sound.
A devil born to a young couple is measurably recognizable by them as a devil before long, but a devil adopted by an old couple is an angel to them, and remains so, through thick and thin.
What we was after was a couple of noble big di'monds as big as hazel-nuts, which everybody was running to see.
Weston most willingly undertook to play as long as they could wish to dance; and the interesting employment had followed, of reckoning up exactly who there would be, and portioning out the indispensable division of space to every couple.
His days being spent at a great office in the city, he got leave of absence for a couple of hours, met his wife, went with her to the registrar's, returned to his office, worked the rest of the day as usual, and then went to his new home to find his wife and dinner awaiting him,--all just as it was going to be every night for so many happy years.
So he looked about for a good head and ate it, but no sooner had he swallowed a couple of mouthfuls than he felt very strange, and found himself wonderfully changed.
Don Quixote had gone but a short distance beyond Don Diego's village, when he fell in with a couple of either priests or students, and a couple of peasants, mounted on four beasts of the ass kind.
Here I found some young onions, a couple of gladiolus bulbs, and a quantity of immature carrots, all of which I secured, and, scrambling over a ruined wall, went on my way through scarlet and crimson trees towards Kew-- it was like walking through an avenue of gigantic blood drops--possessed with two ideas: to get more food, and to limp, as soon and as far as my strength permitted, out of this accursed unearthly region of the pit.
The tenants of the humble lodging were a young couple who had been scarcely married a week; and seeing them, Dantes sighed heavily.