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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CPRA and its CWPPRA partner, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), constructed eight spoil bank gaps or channels to help maintain swamp elevation, improve swamp water quality, and increase productivity and regrowth of trees.
Landrieu and the CPRA did not immediately respond to IBT requests for comment.
001) in the percentage of transplants that were done in recipients with a CPRA of 99% to 100%.
The CPRA does allow an agency to withhold certain information for which the agency has promised confidentiality as well as personal financial information disclosed by an applicant to apply for a license, according to the analysis.
Every year for the past 12, the CPRA has run a four-day Recreation Facilities Design and Management School for 110 rec professionals from throughout the United States.
For his hard work, the youngster was presented with a trophy by the CPRA in Red Deer on Nov.
Government officials know they can violate the CPRA without consequence.
The California Legislature enacted the CPRA to balance the competing interests of an individual's right to privacy with every person's fundamental right to access information "concerning the conduct of the people's business.
The bill would transfer the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to the National Science Foundation and CPRA would sell NIST's laboratories.
CPRA chairman Michael Hyde says the group may eventually buy its own processing equipment to add onto an existing facility in Canada.
The CPRA ranges from 0% to 100%, the higher percentage equating to a candidate who is more sensitized, usually the result of prior transplants, pregnancies, or blood transfusions.