ENPA

AcronymDefinition
ENPAEnte Nazionale Protezione Animali (Italian: National Agency for Animal Protection; Torino, Italy)
ENPAEuropean Newspaper Publishers' Association
ENPAExmoor National Park Authority (UK)
ENPAEnvironmental Performance Agreement
ENPAExmoor National Park Association (UK)
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In contrast to some of the existing literature, which states ENPA, occur in later stages of life and more common in females, our patient is an adolescent male presenting with Angiofibroma arising from the nasal septum.
In the course of the debate, ENPA will highlight the important role of the news media sector as a source of cultural diversity and pluralism in Europe.
The stamp will be issued by the Egyptian National Postal Authority (ENPA).
Our thanks go to the Born Free Foundation, Big Cat Sanctuary, Italian Forestry Commission, ENPA, Britannia Airways, Chromasonic Computer Centre, Angela, Andrea and Shirley.
Lamine Merbah, ex-DG de l'ENPA (Entreprise nationale de la production audiovisuelle) et cineaste, estime qu'aucun secteur ne peut oeuvrer seul pour relancer le cinema.
The European Newspaper Publishers Association (ENPA), which represents some 5,200 titles published in the EU, Switzerland, Norway and Serbia, in print or electronic form, applauded Vanackere's initiative.
It was the President of ENPA - the Italian equivalent of the RSPCA - 70-year-old Roberto Nicoletti, who drove me through the hills around San Remo to see Kimba.
The main element of the future reform of the Union's rules on data protection(1), the right to be forgotten', will not affect freedom of the press, speech or information, said the Commissioner for Justice, Viviane Reding, during an event marking the 50th anniversary of the European Newspaper Publishers Association (ENPA), on 8 November in Brussels.
It will be the 19th Annual Conference held by ENPA and all Enrolled Nurses, Assistants in Nursing and others with an interest in Enrolled Nursing (e.g.
The head of the EU executive met the ten members of the European Newspaper Publishers' Association (ENPA) and the representatives of key papers, such as Reutlinger General Anzeiger (Germany), Daily Mail (UK) and Le Figaro (France).
* Mrs Meglena Kuneva meets Mr Valdo Lehari, President of the European Newspaper Publishers' Association (ENPA)