CBPS


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AcronymDefinition
CBPSChemical Biological Protective Shelter (US DoD)
CBPSChinese Brush Painters Society
CBPSCongenital Bilateral Perisylvian Syndrome
CBPSChesapeake Beach Professional Seminars (est. 1995; Chesapeake Beach, MD)
CBPSComputer-Based Pedagogical Setting
CBPSCoded Bits Per Symbol
CBPSCenter for Budget and Policy Studies (India)
CBPSCapacity Building for Private Sector (World Bank)
CBPSChristies Beach Primary School (Australia)
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Subsequently, corepoly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) CBPs were prepared by grafting using a photoinduced ATRP approach with MMA in which the DC groups on the CSP surfaces allow the particles to act as macroinitiators.
In response to these questions and concerns, we sought out inservice teachers open to the idea of working as co-investigators in how teachers develop and implement CBPs.
Andrea Lewis, cabinet member for next generation services, which includes school builds, said: "Our CBPS team will work closely with the school to minimise disruption to learning during the works which will also have community benefits including training and work experience opportunities as well as use of local suppliers where possible."
Eight CBPs shall be further implemented in the form of two preliminary and four advanced courses and two workshops jointly participated by Korean and local stakeholders until the end of 2012.
Editor's note: Excellent suggestion, Charles, especially for CBPS units where winters are harsh.
These choline-binding proteins (CBP) contain domains with multiple neighboring choline-binding sites.
Tables 1 and 2 summarize the mean value and standard deviation of modulus of elasticity (MOE), modulus of rupture (MOR), IB, density, TS, WU, and WA for CBPs at cement/wood ratios ranging from 1.0 to 4.0, at 0.5 increments.