GFPA

AcronymDefinition
GFPAGlass-Filled Polyamide
GFPAGerman Fire Protection Association
GFPAGrowth Funeral Plan Annuity (Guaranteed Funeral Deposits of Canada)
GFPAGuild of Film Production Accountants and Financial Administrators
GFPAGambian Family Planning Association
GFPAGreen Flag Parks Award (UK)
GFPAGridfit Parabolic Antennas
GFPAGnathobasical Food Procuring Apparatus
GFPAGuyana Family Planning Association
GFPAGlial Fibrilar Protein Acidic
GFPAGeorgian Federation of Pankration Athlima
GFPAGround Floor Public Affairs (public interest strategy firm; San Francisco, CA)
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On another note, Boipelo who also won a seat for GFPA said the trip inspired because she met a young South African pilot who agreed to mentor her on aviation.
She applauded SSI for endless opportunities highlighting that GFPA was one of the opportunities she benefitted from as she first participated and graduated from the first cohort of English Access Micro-scholarship Programme, an initiative by the US embassy to provide English Language instruction along with leadership and life skills.
Through their GFPA foundation, she said they aimed at empowering the next generation of aviation and space leaders in Africa by shaping and developing future leaders in the STEM sphere in Africa.
"The Court granted the prayer of petitioner DBP for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the enforcement of the ruling of the COA disallowing the grant of the GFPA in the sum of P170,893,689.00 to the employees of DBP," high court's Information Chief Theodore Te said at a press conference.
The GFPA was approved by the DBP board of directors.
All but GFPA provided domestic information which included legislation, sourcing, pricing, and markets.
Political action was conducted by only the GFPA, Horticulturist Association of Ghana (HAG), and AFEA.
The responses by HAG, GFPA and GCC reflect these economic problems.
GLYX-13 is a glycine site functional partial agonist (GFPA) modulator of the NMDA receptor, a novel and selective mechanism discovered by Naurex scientists.