APRGAsia Pacific Research Group
APRGAustroads Pavement Reference Group (Australia)
APRGAustralian Professional Recruiters Group
APRGAir Pollution Research Group (University of Toledo; Toledo, OH)
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According to Mark Riherd, a doctoral candidate working under Subrata Roy, the founding director of APRG, said that the serpentine's sinuous, ribbon-like curves appear to impart greater levels of versatility than traditional geometries used in plasma flow control devices.
They are sufficiently well-informed to intervene in their pregnancies early i.e., before 12 weeks, and to choose to access a medically induced method, albeit on the black market (their drug of choice, Cytotec, is not available legally in Jamaica)" (APRG Report 2007).
This may well be an underestimate" (APRG Report 2007).
* The establishment of a monitoring and advisory board to oversee implementation of the policy (APRG Report 2007).
Part 2 (sections 84-97) introduces the permanence order, one of the crucial APRG recommendations.
The structure provided and the terminology used are unsatisfactory and out of date and do not fully take account of APRG recommendations.
With Jim Paice given well-merited responsibility for Defra and Newbury's Richard Benyon named as one of his junior helpers, the APRG race is not so wide open as it might have been.
The APRG was brought in at Sutcliffe's invitation, and Greenway said it would oversee a number of small working groups before taking recommendations to the government.
He reiterated his plan for settling the Tote future by the government putting 50 per cent of the Tote's shares into a racing trust and offering the rest to a new racing group, and said the idea had been received favourably on Tuesday night by the All Party Racing Group (APRG) in Westminster.
Sutcliffe will play his part by chairing the first of a succession of meetings of the All Party Racing Group (APRG), which has been charged with facilitating discussions intended to lead to a binding solution.
Sutcliffe has already met Jeff Ennis and John Greenway, joint-chairmen of the APRG, to begin setting the framework for the process, and the topic was at the top of the agenda at last night's regular APRG meeting in Westminster.
Your announcement of the initiative to get together under the auspices of the APRG should get the ball rolling and I'm delighted, Gerry, that you've assured me that every issue - whether that be exchanges or alternative betting products - will be on the table for discussion.