AAPA

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AcronymDefinition
AAPAAmerican Academy of Physician Assistants
AAPAAmerican Association of Port Authorities
AAPAAmerican Association of Physical Anthropologists
AAPAAmerican Association of Public Accountants (now American Institute of Certified Public Accountants)
AAPAAsian American Psychological Association
AAPAAmerican Association of Pathologists' Assistants
AAPAAustralian Asphalt Pavement Association (est. 1969; Australia)
AAPAAmerican Art Pottery Association
AAPAAboriginal Areas Protection Authority (statutory authority, Northern Territory of Australia, for Aboriginal sacred site)
AAPAAmerican Amateur Press Association
AAPAAssociation of Authorised Public Accountants (UK)
AAPAAmerican Association of Professional Apiculturists (Falcon Heights, MN)
AAPAAmerican Association of Psychiatric Administrators
AAPAAssociate, Annuity Products and Administration (Life Office Management Association designation)
AAPAAssociation of Asian Pacific Airlines
AAPAAcetoacet-P-Anisidide (pigment)
AAPAAll African Pool Association
AAPAAlert Aircraft Parking Area
AAPAArizona Aquifer Protection Association
AAPAAnnals of the American Psychotherapy Association
AAPAApplicant's Admitted Prior Art (patents)
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All works will be done in consultation with Traditional Owners, Central Land Council and the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority.
An Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA) survey was also conducted over two of three areas as part of an Authority Certificate for the project.
Paddy was consulted for more than 30 years for his knowledge by anthropologists, site recorders and lawyers from the Central and Northern Land Councils, the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority in the Northern Territory and the Carpentaria Land Council in Queensland.
All works are being done in consultation with Traditional Owners, Central Land Council and the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA).
Northern Land Council and Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority involvement was requested by the Victoria River men following the appearance of advertising pamphlets in the only shop in Timber Creek (a small town servicing the Victoria River area) that had a reproduction of the 'Lightning Brothers' on the cover.
The Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority will provide advice on mechanisms to protect sacred sites.
Andrew McWilliam discusses Lewis' work in the context of Jaminjung people rebuilding their connections to Bradshaw station country via the sponsorship of the Northern Territory's Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA).
Specifically, I focus on the Northern Territory's Aboriginal Sacred Sites Act 1989 and its statutory authority, the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA), which administers this law and seeks to provide legal protection for Aboriginal sites of significance across the Territory.
Following an expression of interest process, the Reappointed members include: Wayne Kraft, reappointed as the Chairperson; Elizabeth Close, reappointed to represent the National Trust; Allison Bitar, reappointed to represent the Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority; Allan Garraway, reappointed to represent the Property Council of Australia (NT); Alex Nelson, reappointed from Alice Springs.
Ward (AIATSIS), Ken Mulvaney and Bernard Abbott (Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority, Darwin and Wallace Rockhole), included contributions by Indigenous Australians from northern or Central Australia, either as sole or co-presenters, or by researchers working closely with and representing Indigenous Australians.
The Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority (AAPA) will be a major project partner, consulting with relevant Aboriginal custodians and contributing their time and professional expertise to the project.
The Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority is a statutory organisation established under Northern Territory legislation to administer the Sacred Sites Act.
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