CVPS

AcronymDefinition
CVPSCentral Vermont Public Service
CVPSComputerized Valet Parking Systems (now Service Tracking Systems; Glenhaven, CA)
CVPSCuyahoga Valley Photographic Society (Peninsula, OH)
CVPSChronic Vulvar Pain Syndrome (gynecology)
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In their experiments, the researchers tested three-unit CVPs, consisting of one coordinator and two workers, in several different shapeshifting scenarios.
RBI actually uses sophisticated Currency Verification & Processing (CVPS) machines for checking the numerical accuracy and genuineness of the currency notes, including SBNs," said RBI in a statement.
A customer value proposition (CVP) is a marketing statement that describes why a customer or client should buy or lease a product or use a service.
Barnes-Holmes (2010) describe their motivational concept, the CVO, and its behavioral effect, the Consequence Valuing Processes or CVP. First, they describe their concept as an example of the motivational variable demonstrated by Skinner (1938, p.
One of just three free schools in the North East, CVPS opened its doors in September with reception and Year One classes.
- CVPS GETS HIGHER TAKEOVER OFFER FROM CANADIAN GAZ METRO
They were the third farm in Vermont to sign up with Central Vermont Public Service (CVPS) for its Cow Power Program.
CVPs are complex contracts that provide numerous economic values for policy owners, beneficiaries, insurers, agents, and advisors, plus various tax values to federal and state governments.
Central Vermont Public Service has rolled out its CVPS plug 'n go hybrid electric vehicles program.
CVPS is Vermont's largest electric utility and provides plant location services in 60% of Vermont.