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ABPArchbishop
ABPAssociated British Ports
ABPAmerican Board of Pediatrics
ABPAdBlock Plus
ABPAu Bon Pain (franchise restaurant)
ABPAmbulatory Blood Pressure
ABPAfghan Border Police (Afghanistan)
ABPAmerican Border Patrol
ABPAssociated Baptist Press
ABPActin-Binding Protein
ABPArterial Blood Pressure
ABPAlternate Bit Protocol
ABPAutomatic Batch Processing
ABPAgence Bretagne Presse (French: Britain Press Agency)
ABPAndrogen-Binding Protein
ABPAlgemeen Burgerlijk Pensioenfonds
ABPAmerican Board of Pathology
ABPAnimal By-Product
ABPAlianza Bravo Pueblo (Alliance of Brave People; Venezuela)
ABPArea Based Planning (various locations)
ABPAlternating Bit Protocol
ABPAllgemeines Bauaufsichtliches Prüfzeugnis (German)
ABPAtelier du Bracelet Parisien (French watch band and belt company)
ABPAssociação Brasileira de Psicanálise (Brazil)
ABPAmerican Board of Periodontology
ABPAtlantic Beef Products (Albany, Prince Edward Island, Canada)
ABPAnnual Business Plan
ABPAlabama Blues Project (Northport, AL)
ABPAmerican Board of Prosthodontics
ABPAddress Book Provider
ABPAntigen-Binding Protein
ABPAmerican Brilliant Period (cut glass; 1876-1914)
ABPActive Black Panel (Sony Mobile)
ABPAll Bills Paid (property rental advertising)
ABPArchitectural Building Products (company)
ABPAlready Been Posted
ABPActivity Based Pricing
ABPAfghan Border Patrol
ABPAgricultural By-Product
ABPActual Block Processor
ABPAble Bodied Passenger (aka Able Bodied Person; aircraft exit row seating assessment)
ABPAgriculture Biologique en Picardie (French: Farming in Picardy; organic farming association; France)
ABPAssociation Belge des Podologues
ABPAir Battle Plan
ABPAlternate Bipolar
ABPAdaptive Belief Propagation
ABPAmerican Business Press, Inc.
ABPAdjustable Bolted Propeller
ABPAdditional Billing Party
ABPAkademie der Bayerischen Presse eV
ABPAssociated Branch Pilots
ABPAssociation de Biologie Praticienne (French biologists' association)
ABPAnimal Breeding Program
ABPAnswer Back Procedures
ABPASP.NET (Active Server Pages Network Enabled Technology) Boilerplate (web application framework)
ABPAdaptive Back Pressure
ABPAlternative Bit Protocol
ABPAdvention Business Partners (Paris, France)
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American Border Patrol. In 2002, Glenn Spencer moved to Arizona and formed this organization to actively patrol the border.
As previously mentioned, members of American Border Patrol and Ranch Rescue were arrested and fined for firearm violations.
(33) American Border Patrol, available at [http://www.americanborderpatrol.com/].
In May a private group called American Border Patrol (APB), based in Sierra Vista, AZ, began testing its own UAV, the Border Hawk, to patrol the US-Mexico border According to the group, the mission is "help stop the flow of illegal aliens into the US." APB spokesman Glenn Spencer, declined to provide details of the Border Hawk but JED has learned that the Border Hawk is three feet long, has a six-foot wingspan, and flies at 300-400 feet.
* Investigate a possible violation of state charities laws by American Border Patrol, which sent out a fund-raising letter after gaining tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service but before registering with the Arizona Secretary of State.
The ex-Tucson sector chief, Ron Sanders, and [a former California-based] sector chief, Bill King, have been to American Border Patrol meetings.
The Border Action Network report acknowledges that Simcox's Civil Homeland Defense "does not appear to be associated with national anti-immigrant or white supremacist groups," but also notes that "Simcox denies that he is racist, but in the same breath likens immigrants to a throng of insects," and the report finds links between racist organizations and Ranch Rescue and especially American Border Patrol.
"The American Border Patrol's Glenn Spencer, for example, can be traced to the Council of Conservative Citizens and to neo-Nazi organizations such as the National Alliance," the report states.
American Border Patrol agents face regular incursions by Mexican soldiers escorting drug gangs.
One such group, American Border Patrol, recently gained notoriety by launching an unmanned plane that uses cameras and GPS technology to identify unauthorized aliens attempting to cross the border.
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