CGPS

AcronymDefinition
CGPSCollege of Graduate and Professional Studies (various universities)
CGPSCanadian Galactic Plane Survey
CGPSColumbia Grammar and Preparatory School (New York, New York)
CGPSCarolinas Group Psychotherapy Society
CGPSCold Gas Propulsion System
CGPSCounseling Guidance and Personnel Services (University of South Dakota)
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In our study, of the 21 CGPs detected in total, six communicated with the right frontal sinus and 15 with the left frontal sinus.
One of these variations is CG pneumatization (CGP) which is often missed.
Pembroke, NH, February 16, 2012 --(PR.com)-- John Ela has been named the 2011 Certified Green Professional (CGP) of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in recognition of his successful efforts to make green and energy-efficient homes more understandable - and thus more attainable to home buyers.
A CGP since 2008, Ela also is a member of the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of New Hampshire and the Vice Chair of the Build Green New Hampshire Council.
Although Langsted and Nordestgaard did not mention the data in their report, the CGPS had previously reported significant differences between fasting and nonfasting individuals with respect to age, sex, smoking, and so forth (2), underscoring the possible confounding effect of self-selection by participants choosing fasting or nonfasting blood draws.
Albumin concentrations in the CGPS were significantly lower in nonfasting individuals than in fasting individuals (approximately 4%-5% lower at 1-2 h postprandially, as graphically read, P < 0.05), as were the concentrations of some lipids, e.g., LDL cholesterol (LDL-C) (approximately 9%-20% lower at 1-2 h postprandially, as graphically read, P < 0.01).
The CGPS network for Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) will now be expanded into the South Island.