CPRR

AcronymDefinition
CPRRCentral Pacific Railroad
CPRRCost per Reportable Result
CPRRCanadian Pacific Railroad
CPRRCenter for Plastics Recycling Research
CPRRCivilian Performance Planning and Review (Canada)
CPRRCouncil for the Promotion of Regulatory Reform (Japan)
CPRRChinnor and Princes Risborough Railway (Chinnor, England, UK)
CPRRCurrent Periodical Reading Room (Ellis Library, University of Missouri-Columbia)
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En ese contexto, se crea Petroleos de Venezuela (Pdvsa), entidad matriz del complejo petrolero nacional, se define el rol institucional del Ministerio de Minas e Hidrocarburos (MMH) y la Corporacion Venezolana del Petroleo (CVP), se canalizo el arreglo institucional de la expropiacion, se puso en marcha la estrategia de reactivacion de la industria ya nacionalizada (CPRR 1974: v-67 a v-87).
(5) Those who interpret Kant to be saying that moral faith is an epistemologically and practically legitimate option for a moral agent, but is nonetheless optional rather than necessary for fully coherent moral agency, are at odds with Kant's assertion that postulating God's existence is "a practically necessary end of a pure rational will, which does not here choose; instead, it obeys an inflexible command of reason that has its ground objectively in the character of things as they must be appraised universally by pure reason, ..." 5:143, CPrR 255.
Critique of Practical Reason (CPrR) in Practical Philosophy, trans, and ed.
Tom Nosker, director of plastic programs at CPRR, has been testing plastic lumber for at least a decade.
PE basecup was obtained from the CPRR. A virgin HDPE (Allied Paxon AA60-003) was used for comparison.
See also Doctrine of Method sections in both the Critique of Practical Reason and The Metaphysics of Morals, which begin at CPrR, 5:151 and MM, 6:477.
At the CPRR, for example, aluminum bottle cap pieces are removed from PET granules by means of electrostatic separation, which is the most expensive part of the recycling process.
(19) This doctrine of the transcendental act constitutes "the stumbling block for all empiricists," according to Kant: see CPrR (B 13).
New Reclaim Methods Target PVC Borrowing an X-ray technique used by analytical chemists to differentiate metals in a lab, researchers at the Center for Plastics Recycling Research (CPRR) at the Rutgers University campus in Piscataway, N.J., have found a way to separate PVC bottles from other plastic containers in post-consumer garbage.
The Center for Plastics Recycling Research (CPRR) at Rutgers University is dedicated to advancing technically and economically sound plastics recycling.
(1) Immanuel Kant, Critique of Practical Reason (hereafter, "CPrR"), in The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant, Practical Philosophy, trans, and ed.