GLPA

AcronymDefinition
GLPAGreat Lakes Pilotage Authority (Canada)
GLPAGreat Lakes Planetarium Association
GLPAGigalitres per Annum (measurement)
GLPAGreenwood-Lander Performing Arts (South Carolina)
GLPAGeorgia Legal Professionals for Animals (est. 2002)
GLPAGreater Lynn Photographic Association (Lynn, MA)
GLPAGun Lake Protective Association
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Knutsen due to her violation of the GLPA. (95) Nevertheless, upon
she was subject to the Great Lakes Pilotage Act (GLPA) of 1960, (92)
In a preliminary small-plot test at Stuttgart AR, in 2002, GLPA, KBNT lpa1-1, and KBNT averaged 6800, 6600, and 6900 kg [ha.sup.-1], respectively.
Germplasm amounts of seed (5 g) of GLPA may be obtained by writing to J.
In addition to her professional development with the GLPA, Hernandez has completed the training and additional study required to become a National Board Certified Teacher.
Hernandez was honored in October at a GLPA meeting in East Lansing, Michigan.
Hernandez joined GLPA in 2009, the first year she was named to teach at the U-46 Planetarium, which was built in Elgin in the 1960s as an addition to the historic 1909 Elgin Watch Factory observatory building.
The IGS locus and 6 housekeeping genes (gap, alr, glpA, xylB, ackA, tgt) were approximately evenly distributed on the main chromosome based on the B31 genome (29).
(GLPA), (118) actually created clear guidelines for geolocation data
The GLPA also would have provided impacted users the greater of