APCAR

AcronymDefinition
APCARAngular Correlation of Positron Annihilation Radiation
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The body of the victim was recovered on Tuesday from the Apcar garden area.
(149.) The Arattoon Apcar's descent of the Hooghly was reconstructed using: Norie, Practical Navigation (1868), 164-170; Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, The Nautical Almanac and Astronomical Ephemeris for the Year 1867 (London: John Murray, 1863).
"Five years ago, when the prior design debuted, multimedia was in its infancy and video quality was poor," Apcar said.
Apcar also notes that the site's use of video has doubled from an average of five to seven clips per week a year ago to 10 to 14 weekly now.
A good example is the move toward legislating forced divestiture by public pension funds of stocks of companies doing business in South Africa (Apcar 1984).
Apcar, "Work-rule programs spread to union plants,' The Wall Street Journal, Apr.
"We have not had any ethical problems with blogs, but our experience has been pretty modest," said Len Apcar, editor in chief of NY Times.com.
"We haven't redesigned the site in more than three years," says Leonard Apcar, the site's editor in chief.
"Readers have always looked to the Times for its outstanding theater news, reviews and features," said Leonard Apcar, editor-in-chief, NYTimes.com.