AFPA

AcronymDefinition
AFPAAssociation Nationale pour la Formation Professionnelle des Adultes (the French State Vocational Training Service for Adults)
AFPAAssociation Francaise De La Presse Automobile
AFPAAustralian Federal Police Association
AFPAAmerican Forest and Paper Association
AFPAAlberta Forest Products Association (Canada)
AFPAAssociation Française de la Presse Automobile (French: French Association of the Automotive Press)
AFPAAssociation for the Protection of the Adirondacks (est. 1901)
AFPAAlberta Federation of Police Associations (Alberta, Canada)
AFPAAdvanced Function Printing Architecture
AFPAAmerican Farm Pullers Association
AFPAAutomatic Flow Process Analysis
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According to AFPA President Mark Occhipinti, the programs are put together by medical doctors and when someone calls the AFPA for technical support, they're greeted by a representative with a master's degree and 25 years of experience in a wellness field.
Canadian Douglas-fir is under a different species group in the NDS (AFPA 2015), and that is possibly the reason for a large variability in the property observed by Dahlen et al.
According to the AFPA, the North American paper industry recovered 53.4 per cent or 53.5 million tons of paper from landfills.
Figure 5 shows the model of the AFPA with dimensions created in the CAD software.
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, a French non profit government organisation in charge of the professional education of adults with more than 12,000 employees, made 20 percent minimum output cost savings by optimising its printer fleet with Lexmark.
On the first day of the four-day conference, Anne-Marie Bjornson Langen of AFPA France was the main speaker, and Fahd A.
The Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks (AfPA) did not share Dewey's vision of a "liberal interpretation" of the state constitution.
Located at the historic homestead of renowned Adirondack wilderness conservationist Paul Schaefer, and immediately adjacent to the 110-acre Reist wildlife preserve in Niskayuna, The Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks'(AFPA) Center for the Forest Preserve serves as an Adirondacks learning center and includes a publicly accessible Adirondack Research Library, exhibit, lecture and meeting space.
Beck study commissioned by the AFPA in 2002, about 1 percent more recovered fiber would be required to generate the same quantity of recycled paper and board.
On 26 August 1997, the Australian Federal Police Association ('AFPA') became officially known as the PFA.