CPRA

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CPRACalifornia Public Records Act
CPRACoastal Protection and Restoration Authority
CPRACanadian Professional Rodeo Association
CPRACentral Progressive Retinal Atrophy
CPRAColorado Parks and Recreation Association
CPRACanadian Polystyrene Recycling Association
CPRAColorado Professional Rodeo Association (est. 1975)
CPRACanada Petroleum Resources Act
CPRACalifornia Public-safety Radio Association
CPRACanadian Parks/Recreation Association
CPRACenter for Performers Rights Administration
CPRACenter for Policy Research on Aging (Los Angeles, CA)
CPRAComité Permanent de la Recherche Agricole
CPRACollège Pathologie Respiratoire d'Alsace (French: Alsace College of Respiratory Pathology; Alsace, France)
CPRAConseil Patrimoine Retraite Assurances (French: Investment Consulting Retirement Insurance)
CPRACreative Property Rights Alliance
CPRACalifornia Political Reform Act
CPRACalculated Panel Reactive Antibody
CPRACentral Plains Rodeo Association
CPRACanadian Pediatric Rheumatology Association
CPRACivilian Police Review Authority
CPRACebu Pistol and Rifle Association (Philippines)
CPRAColorado Professional Researchers for Advancement
CPRACoal Price Regulation Account
CPRACommercial Property Realty Advisors
CPRACalifornia Parks and Recreation Association
CPRACommodity Pest Risk Assessments
CPRACenter for Conflict Prevention and Resolution in Africa (Washington, DC)
CPRACompressed Pulse Radar Altimeter
CPRACoton Park Residents Association (UK)
CPRACalifornia Public Radio Association
CPRAConcurrent Production/Rig Activity (oil industry)
CPRACongo Protestant Relief Agency
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But she's also a paid consultant for Energy Transfer Partners, the majority owner and operator of a proposed crude oil pipeline, which needs CPRA approval before completing the last leg of the project.
Biopsies were performed in three situations: between the 7th and 10th POD in patients with cPRA higher than 0 or evolving with delayed graft function and anytime when rejection was suspected.
The resulting HLA specificities are used to calculate the cPRA, and the corresponding antigens are listed on the United Network for Organ Sharing Web site (https://www.unos.org) as unacceptable.
Under the old allocation system, highly sensitized transplant candidates, those having a CPRA greater than 80%, were given four extra points on their allocation score.
De acuerdo con la Asistente de la Oficina de Atencion Ciudadana, en Julio de 2014 el numero de detenidos fue de 260 personas, entre los cuales se encontraba un grupo de 12, a quienes correspondia la condicion de sentenciados, y aunque la entrevistada reconocio que el area de reclusion natural para este grupo es el CPRA, comento que en dicho centro penitenciario no habia disponibilidad de espacio para el momento.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 8, 2015-Great Lakes wins awards worth USD90m from CPRA in the Gulf Coast
He competed at the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA) and the Pro Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), and was known for helping many young and upcoming cowboys live their dreams.
To reverse this, the city has partnered with the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) on projects like creating more than 325 acres of new marsh and fighting to stop shoreline erosion near Cameron Parish.
In the early 1990s, in collaboration with the Centro Ricerche Produzioni Animali di Reggio Emilia (the Reggio Emilia Research Centre for Animal Production, CPRA) and with financial support from the Ministry of Agriculture, a two-year program was initiated in which milk from the Reggiana breed, delivered by different farmers, was kept apart from the other milk processed at the cheese production plant and separately processed and marketed.
O experimento foi desenvolvido no Centro de Pesquisa e Referencia em Agroecologia - CPRA, em Pinhais-PR, regiao metropolitana de Curitiba-PR.
In addition, CPRA and LSU will also construct a River Modeling Center which is a small scale physical model of the lower Mississippi River operated by LSU for the study of all facets of ground and water behavior.