InPACT

AcronymDefinition
InPACTInitiative for Political and Conflict Transformation
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The way tweens talk to their parents can have an inpact on whether the parent listens to their appeal and influence when purchasing (Hypothesis 14).
AND MYCABLE ANALYZES THE INPACT OF STANISTAN 'S SUBSIDIES ON BARCALOUNGERS IN FULSOME DETALI
Take a real workplace conditions with all the disturbances that inpact on work ergonomics and the like.
Mrs Atkins said: "We are looking for an improved inpact on the pupils' co-ordination and fine motor skills.
Foncho (2001) 'Etat tribal et question du domaine national: l'utopie du territoire national' (contribution to the debate on 'Gestion de la terre ancestrale et du domaine national dans une societe multiethnique'), INPACT Tribune 18 (September): 10.
Newton spoke to Sinclair before moving to Albion last summer, claiming there was already a deeprooted respect for the club due to the inpact of Cyrille Regis, Laurie Cunningham and Brendon Batson during the late 1970s.
The negotiating strength of the UNITAID is rather limited (25) that could inpact access to cheap ARVs to poor countries.
No Inpact fees to pay and 2cop liquor license to transfer.
The inpact of comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder on short-term clinical outcome in hospitalized patients with depression.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-13 October 2005-LB Icon AB acquires Dutch firm Inpact BV(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Le reseau national Inpact (Initiatives pour une agriculture citoyenne et territoriale) regroupe sept associations agricoles et rurales regionales et nationales qui veulent faire reconnaitre ou developper l'agriculture et le developpement rural durables.
Environmental inpact of the NICU on developmental outcomes.