CMPLClinton-Macomb Public Library (Michigan)
CMPLCellular and Molecular Physiology Laboratory (Chile)
CMPLCondensed Matter Physics Laboratory
CMPLChanging Minds, Policies and Lives (child welfare system; UNICEF and World Bank)
CMPLCollinsville Memorial Public Library (Illinois)
CMPLCommercial Materials Processing Lab
CMPLCopiague Memorial Public Library (Copiague, NY)
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The Budget Act also doubled the penalties available under the CMPL, which authorizes the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services to impose civil money penalties for various forms of fraud and abuse involving the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
(1) Cellular and Molecular Physiology Laboratory (CMPL), Division of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, 8330024 Santiago, Chile
Shari'ah justice system covers criminal law aspect (or huddud), but huddud is not implemented in the CMPL because it will conflict with the Philippine criminal justice system; thus P.D.
It is tempting to dismiss the CMPL as a lesser form of governmental civil monetary recovery remedy than the CFCA--as sort of an administrative mini-CFCA statute.
Abbreviations in the glosses consist of the following: 1P = first person singular pronoun 1Pp = first person plural pronoun 3P = third person (singular/plural) pronoun "name"(1P) = speaker's name used to refer to first person ANT = anterior CMPL = completive CONT = continuative DIR = directional DIR'V = directive intensifier EMP = emphatic marker EXP = experiential FUT = future tense/modal HON = status particles IMP = imperfective NEG = negator POS = possessive PRT = conversational and pragmatic particles Q.PRT = question particle