CPAL

AcronymDefinition
CPALCommon Public Attribution License (software licensing)
CPALCrime Prevention Analysis Lab (California State University)
CPALClub Patinage Artistique Limoges (French: Limoges Figure Skating Club; Limoges, France)
CPALCanadian Pacific Air Lines
CPALChina Pacific Asia Limited
CPALClinical Probing Attachment Level
CPALCost per Aircraft Landing
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Due to the success of the original CPAL programme, when the funding came to an end in 2013, new funding streams were found from Sport england and Durham County Council Public Health to further develop some of the most effective elements under the Move into Sport and Move4Life programmes.
Although the revised CPAL states that all pharmaceutical manufacturers should adopt GMP to assure product quality, it does not make clear which agent would take up this responsibility and how to achieve this policy goal.
Defining all the country lands as agricultural, except land that is authorized by the Committee of Protection of Agricultural Land "CPAL".
(2.) En la actual sede del Pontificio Colegio Pio Latinoamericano se conservan cuatro lapidas conmemorativas del CPAL con los nombres de los participantes.
The Campaign to Protect America's Lands (CPAL) recently reported that it was denied permission by the National Park Service (NPS) late last month to demonstrate the noise and pollution impact of 11 snowmobiles at Simon Bolivar Park, located across from the main entrance to the Department of Interior building in Washington, DC.
(CPAL) and charter carriers (especially Wardair Ltd.) on international and transborder routes and from CPAL and regional carriers on domestic routes, all of whom were trying to take advantage of the boom in air travel.
Powerful new computers are being switched on in the crime prevention analysis lab (CPAL) at Simon Fraser University, and the latest in software and security service is being installed.
7 Boyd, "Study of CPAL Legislation,' 6-15; Edwards, History of Public Accountancy, 136-41; Miranti, "From Conflict to Consensus,' 232-34, 238-39.