ECPO

AcronymDefinition
ECPOEastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra (South Africa)
ECPOEssex County Prosecutor's Office (New Jersey)
ECPOEnergy Consumer Protection Office (Queensland, Australia)
ECPOEnteric-Coated Peppermint Oil (homeopathic therapy)
ECPOExhaustive Constant Partial Ordering (grammar)
ECPOExtra-Corporeal Pump Oxygenation (cardiac resuscitation)
ECPOEastern Coastal Patrol Office (Taiwan)
ECPOEuropean Commission Project Officer (delegate)
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IMMB, a subsidiary of ECPO maintains a laboratory in Monrovia, California for continuing scientific research and developments for lifesaving drugs, using the IPF platform.
Eco-Petroleum Solutions said it has begun researching available options for filing for a name change that better reflects the new business segment ECPO now serves.
One problem with ECPO is that in some individuals with GERD it can increase the symptom of heartburn.
Offences pursuant to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) are prosecuted by the federal Crown's office, and Criminal Code of Canada (CC) offences are prosecuted by the ECPO. As such, referrals for CDSA charges are vetted by the federal Crown, and CC offence referrals are vetted by the ECPO.
Before the end of 1934, ECPO became affiliated with the Council and agreed to contribute $15 to the support of the infant Council.
A past president of the ECPO, a regional prototype of the ACPA, she considered herself a junior in the crowd and, hence, less controversial for selection in a very historic period (J.