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
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
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
CPRACompressed Pulse Radar Altimeter
CPRACommodity Pest Risk Assessments
CPRACoton Park Residents Association (UK)
CPRACalifornia Public Radio Association
CPRACongo Protestant Relief Agency
CPRACollège Pathologie Respiratoire d'Alsace (French: Alsace College of Respiratory Pathology; Alsace, France)
CPRAColorado Professional Rodeo Association (est. 1975)
CPRACreative Property Rights Alliance
CPRAConseil Patrimoine Retraite Assurances (French: Investment Consulting Retirement Insurance)
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126) The CPRA governs the issuance of licenses and management of Canadian federal exploration and production rights.
I have visited the CPRA in Beijing and they are forming a series of licenses so that companies like ours can be official remanufacturers in China.
CPRA advocates for, and supports, innovative collaborative scientific research.
Like its federal counterpart, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)(8) upon which it is modeled, the CPRA "expresses a policy generally favoring disclosure of public records.
CPRA chairman Michael Hyde says the group may eventually buy its own processing equipment to add onto an existing facility in Canada.
Today's agreement between CPRA and the Corps is a significant step toward a fully integrated approach to river management based on the best available science," said a joint statement by the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, Environmental Defense Fund, Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, Louisiana Wildlife Federation, National Audubon Society, National Wildlife Federation and The Nature Conservancy.
Candidates with a CPRA of 20% or less are likely to have very few incompatible antigens with donor kidneys.
It's good for the kids," said Officer Joseph Downing, president of the CPRA.
The CPRA requires state agencies to release documents to the public upon request unless specific statutory exemptions apply.
The CPRA funds local youth sports teams, academic scholarships and arts.