ANPACAmerican National Property and Casualty Company (Springfield, Missouri)
ANPACAssociazione Nazionale Piloti Aviazione Commerciale
ANPACAgence Nationale de Promotion Artistique et Culturelle (French: National Agency of Artistic and Cultural Promotion; Gabon)
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A "large majority" of over 300 Ryanair pilots in Italy approved the deal on Monday after eight months of negotiation, ANPAC said in a statement.
- Sacramento, California-based biotechnology company Anpac Bio's proprietary cancer differentiation analysis (CDA) liquid biopsy technology now identifies over 26 different cancers with a single, standard blood test, the company said.
Anpac's CDA findings have led to ongoing collaborations and partnerships with nearly 140 cooperative medical institutions; establishing operations networks that include sample collection, storage, logistics, and sales, in 27 Chinese provinces and four municipalities.
On appeal, the plaintiffs argued that the language in the pollution exclusion clause was ambiguous and should have been construed against ANPAC. (26) The plaintiffs further argued that a reasonable homeowner purchasing the policy would not believe the policy excluded from its coverage damages caused by exposure to carbon monoxide within the home.
"We selected Guidewire ClaimCenter for the maturity of the product and for Guidewire's track record of successful implementations," said Bernard Gerwel, senior vice president, chief information officer at ANPAC.
It's a closed chapter," the head of Anpac, Fabio Berti, said.
El 5 de julio del 2006 encontre en el Area Natural Protegida "Altas Cumbres" (ANPAC) en la Sierra Madre Oriental de Tamaulipas, un ejemplar macho de Anguis incomptus (ITCV-1016; Figs.
Anpac, a pilots' union, said it was ready to fight the sale, la Repubblica reported on Monday.
Through the Association of Colombian Artisanal Fishermen (ANPAC), regional centers were established to provide training and to organize grassroots exchanges.
Dow Quimica de Colombia (ANPAC),(69) 700 Colombian fishermen filed suit for damages allegedly caused by a chemical spill.