CDPS


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CDPSColorado Department of Public Safety
CDPSCooperative Distributed Problem Solving
CDPSColorado Discharge Permit System (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment)
CDPSCirencester Deer Park School (UK)
CDPSConsolidated Decision Package Set
CDPSCommunications Data Processing System
CDPSComputing & Data Processing Society (Canada)
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Moreover, [Flt3.sup.+] precursors including LMPPs, MDPs, CDPs, pre-cDCs and a proportion of CLPs, CMPs, and ETPs, in addition to progenitors transduced to express Flt3, possess greater DC potential than their Flt3-counterparts [42, 139-142].
Various CDPs are formed, among them [alpha]-carbamyl-amino acids (or [alpha]-carbamyl-proteins), when [alpha]-amino groups are involved, and [epsilon]-carbamyllysine, also called homocitrulline, when [epsilon]-amino groups are involved.
In relation, it is hypothesized that Census Designated Places (CDP), as with most sub-county level geographies, vary qualitatively based on the context in which they are contained, including regionally and by metropolitan status.
Based on the Collective Design Process (CDP), Aboriginal designers with Prairie Architects presented physical scale models and hand sketches of possible designs.
We hypothesized that sensory nerve conduction velocities (SNCVs) of the wing would remain unchanged after brachial plexus nerve block but that the cord dorsum potential (CDP) would decrease, thereby indicating decreased sensory nerve conduction through the brachial plexus.
The CDPS model was developed at the University of California, San Diego, and is made available at http://cdps.ucsd.edu/ (Kronick and Dreyfus, 1996; Kronick et al., 2000; Chronic Illness and Disability Payment System, 2005).
Third, advantages and disadvantages of including LP-situations and, consequently, complexity factors, in characterizing CDPs are addressed.
From this list, we selected every place (including CDPs) with a population greater than 25,000 for each census from 1940 to 2000.
The programs and services provided under these projects--collectively called HIV/AIDS Intervention, Prevention, and Continuity of Care Demonstration Project for Incarcerated Individuals within Correctional Settings and the Community--have become known nationally as the "Corrections Demonstration Project" or CDP. HRSA's Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) backed the Emory University Rollins School of Pubic Health in Atlanta and its collaborator, Abt Associates from Cambridge, Mass., to coordinate the evaluation of the initiative.
Better still, though, is Gigondas, just one rung below Chateauneuf-du-Pape (CdP).
Civil engineering, financial management, contracting, program management, scientist and engineer, and personnel civilian career fields have already begun using CDPs, and by the end of the year, all GS-13 to -15 career fields will be using the plan.