EPAG

AcronymDefinition
EPAGEminent Persons Advisory Group (Competition Commission of India)
EPAGEuropean Panel Analysis Group (EU)
EPAGEuropean Property Agents Group (est. 1991)
EPAGEnvironmentally-Preferred Advanced Generation
EPAGEnvironment Protection Agency
EPAGEmergency Planning Advisory Group (US and UK)
EPAGEconomic Policy Advisory Group (South Africa and Georgia)
EPAGECHO Project Advisory Group
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In Liberia, the Economic Empowerment of Adolescent Girls and Young Women (EPAG) project trained about 2,500 young women for either wage employment or self-employment plus life skills, with an emphasis on job placement and follow-up support.
The EPAG will present its final recommendations to Mr.
Canadian Internet services firm Tucows (TSE:TC) said it had acquired German domain registrar EPAG Domainservices from telecommunications provider QSC (ETR:QSC) for USD2.5m (EUR1.8m) in cash.
Plans are under way within the European Pharmaceutical Aerosol Group (EPAG) Impactor sub-team to extend this work and prove the utility of all types of AIM-based systems with a wider range of inhaled product types.
(1999), 'The Distribution of Income and Relative Income Poverty in the European Community Household Panel', EPAG Working paper, 3
In 2002, following the successful development of the Next Generation Pharmaceutical Impactor (NGI), the European Pharmaceutical Aerosol Group (EPAG) launched an initiative to calibrate the NGI's performance at a flowrate of 15 L/min (1).
Another resident and EPAG member, Vicky Thompson, agreed: "If we hadn't spoken out two years ago, we would probably now be looking at some monstrosity, but our voices were heard and these conditions show that."
Among those objecting to the scheme were members of EPAG, Eaglescliffe Preservation Action Group.
Meanwhile, Win Campbell of the Eaglescliffe Preservation Action Group (EPAG), said the building work is causing such a disturbance that some are planning to withhold their council tax.
Win Campbell of the Eaglescliffe Preservation Action Group (EPAG), said the building is "truly a carbuncle on the beautiful street scene".
Among those backing him are members of Eaglescliffe Preservation Action Group (EPAG), which believes too many houses are being bulldozed to make way for flats in the area.
Melanie Kilburn, spokeswoman for EPAG, said members fear that developers are after every large house.