CPH

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AcronymDefinition
CPHConcordia Publishing House
CPHCollege of Public Health
CPHClifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library (New York)
CPHCongress Park Hanau (Germany)
CPHCorel Print House (software)
CPHConfédération des Praticiens des Hôpitaux (French: Confederation of Hospital Practitioners)
CPHCertified Professional Horticulturist
CPHCertificate in Public Health
CPHConduct and Practices Handbook (Canadian Securities Institute)
CPHCentre Provisoire d'Hébergement (French: Temporary Accommodation Center)
CPHChronic Paroxysmal Hemicrania
CPHCentre de Prévention et de Protection de l'Habitat (French wall treatment company)
CPHCritical Period Hypothesis (human second language acquisition)
CPHCost Per Hire (staffing)
CPHCopenhagen, Denmark - Copenhagen (Airport Code)
CPHChronic Persistent Hepatitis
CPHCost per Hour
CPHClapham Park Homes (UK)
CPHCanadian Pacific Hotels
CPHCapital Pacific Holdings, Inc. (Newport Beach, CA)
CPHCarl Pollock Hall (University of Waterloo; Ontario, Canada)
CPHCalls Per Hour (call center metric)
CPHCastle Peak Hospital (Hong Kong)
CPHCrop Post-Harvest (research program; Uganda)
CPHClub de Plongée de Hurongues (French diving club)
CPHConsultant Pharmacist
CPHCentre de Perfectionnement Hydraulique (French: Hydraulic Development Center)
CPHCall Party Handling
CPHChristie Parker Hale (law firm; Glendale, CA)
CPHKastrup Airport, Copenhagen
CPHColorado Psychiatric Hospital
CPHConduct & Practices Handbook (Canadian Securities Institute)
CPHCharacters Per Hour
CPHColumbia Presbyterian Hospital
CPHChronic Prostate Hypertrophy
CPHCycles Per Height
CPHStation in Copenhagen Airport (future Danish railway station)
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Minister of Canadian Heritage, John Allard Acting Superintendent for Kootenay, Yoho and Lake Louise Field Unit of Parks Canada, and Canadian Pacific Hotels Corporation, A-642-99 (Federal Court of Canada -- Appeals Division, January 10, 2001), p.
The biggest hotel chain in Canada today is Canadian Pacific Hotels.
The greenest hotels seem to be a handful of independents as well as some pricier establishments: the Inter-Continentals, Hyatt Regencies and Canadian Pacific hotels, for example.
The maintenance of French on the menus in Canadian Pacific Hotel dining rooms established the company's elitism; using French on the menu was "more than a subtle allusion to the aristocratic origins of the restaurant; it was a passkey to culture that excluded those where were not wealthy, traveled, and educated." (36) There was a lingering element of status to be represented through the cuisine of the Canadian Pacific Hotels, while the dining car menus were more representative of the changes occurring in middle-class American restaurants.
Once you have arrived in New Brunswick, you can easily find Earth-friendly accommodations; the Canadian Pacific Hotels and Resorts chain has implemented a green partnership program that matches eco-tourers with Earth-friendly places to stay.
In search of a memorable trip, my wife, my son, and I had planned an itinerary that included stays at the three grand lodges operated by Canadian Pacific Hotels at Jasper, Lake Louise, and Banff.
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