CPLI

AcronymDefinition
CPLICatholic Periodical and Literature Index (American Theological Library Association and Catholic Library Association)
CPLICentre for Patriotic Leadership Initiative (Nigeria)
CPLICanadian Professional Logistics Institute (transportation logistics)
CPLICritical Path Length Index
CPLICalling Party Line Identification
CPLICycles per Loop Iteration
CPLIComité des Professions Libérales et Intellectuelles
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It received the highest "A" rating in performance in the (CPLI) for its demonstrated actions to reduce CO2 emissions in its vehicle manufacturing processes.
The results of the serum biochemistry profile, complete blood count, serum concentrations of cobalamin, folate, cPLI, and cTLI did not reveal abnormalities in the healthy group.
Kenneth Simpson, BVMS, Ph.D., professor of small animal medicine at Cornell, joined a multi-institutional group to study the cPLI test.
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In 2005, IDEXX Reference Laboratories developed a blood test called Spec cPL (canine pancreas-specific lipase), based on the cPLI (canine pancreatic lipase immunoreactivity) test developed at Texas A&M University.
(47) Various computer searches of standard databases, CPLI and ATLA Religions database, as well as of Lonergan Studies Newsletter produced very little by way of comparative studies or even connections between Augustine and Lonergan, apart from Biolo and a chapter in Richard Liddy, Transforming Light (Collegeville: Liturgical, 1993).
Joerg Steiner, MedVet, DrMedVet, Ph.D., director of the laboratory, developed the original cPLI test to diagnose pancreatitis.
The banking company was named to the Carbon Disclosure Project's 2012 Canada 200 Carbon Performance Leadership Index (CPLI).