EBAPEscola Balear d'Administració Pública (Catalan: Balearic School of Public Administration; Balearic Islands)
EBAPEastern Boeotia Archaeological Project (Canada)
EBAPEuropean Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (Switzerland)
EBAPEntreprise Bordelaise d'Application de Peinture (French paint company)
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First, the study was executed to determine if the EBAP was a functional tool for reducing inappropriate aggressive behaviors in young children with disabilities within a play based context.
Prior to implementation of the EBAP treatment, the three students were then rated on the Behaviors Dimensions Rating Scale (BDRS) (Bullock & Wilson, 1989) by their teachers.
Indeed, more than a year prior to the release of the EBAP report, the U.S.
See the EBAPS website: http://www2.physics.umd.edu/~elby/EBAPS/home.htm
Her Newcastle company, eBaps, has become the only commercial caterer to win the Heart of Newcastle Award.
Natasha Addis created EasyOrders, a ready-made software package aimed at the sandwich industry, to help her own Newcastle-based catering business called Ebaps.
We label them environmentally beneficial agricultural practices, or EBAPs.
The company said that the digital night vision camera module incorporates Intevac's patented sensor design using EBAPS technology, adding that this order takes the total number of units ordered to over 6,000, with more than 5,000 being shipped to date.
Natasha and Sean have perfected the Easy Orders software through trialling it in their own ebaps business, which delivers bespoke sandwiches to customers around Newcastle city centre from their base in Lemington.