MPRPMongolian People's Revolutionary Party
MPRPMaintenance Process Reengineering Process
MPRPManagement and Professional Reward Profile
MPRPMenninger Psychotherapy Research Project (psychoanalysis)
MPRPMonthly Prayer Request for Priests (Catholic apostolate of prayer)
MPRPMean Prioritized Replacement Position
MPRPMacaque Proline-Rich Phosphoglycoprotein (biochemistry)
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The decision to nominate Enkhbayar for the by-election of the 42nd constituency of parliamentary election in the eastern Khentii Province was made during the MPRP's conference on Friday, Buya Tulga, secretary of the party, told a press conference here.
In the Milestone based Predictive Routing Protocol (MPRP) [12], a sequence of milestone nodes, which are located in the vicinity of the trail of an MS, are selected to estimate the current location of the MS.
The platelet concentration was adjusted to approximately [10.sup.12]/L for PBS and for mPRP. Improved PRP activation: PRP was aliquoted into vials, immersed in liquid nitrogen for 5 min and quickly warmed at 37[degrees]C for 5 min, three times (10).
According to the distribution of the star *, one can see that the NSDM method performs better than the LPRP, MPRP, and SSD methods with 14 test problems, worse than the MPRP method with 1 test problem and worse than the LPRP method with 6 test problems.
The decision late Saturday by the MPRP, which is part of the Justice Coalition with the National Democratic Party, to run its own candidate indicated a split within the coalition, analysts said.
July 2, 2000: Election resulted in victory for the former communist Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP); first-past-the-post electoral system enabled MPRP, with 52% of the popular vote, to win 95% of the parliamentary seats; formation of new government by Prime Minister N.
In 1990, Parliament amended its 1960 constitution, deleting the article which stated that the MPRP was the guiding force of the Mongolian state and its society--Mongolia was to be a multi-party, democratic society.
The MPRP's headquarters were set on fire and there were reports of looting in Ulaanbaatar.
His comments came after the country's electoral watchdog said the formerly communist Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) had won a 47-seat majority in the 76-seat parliament.
President Nambaryn Enkhbayar declared the emergency after rock-throwing protesters clashed with police on Tuesday as they mobbed the headquarters of the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party, or MPRP, and set it on fire.
In 2000, the dominant Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party (MPRP) won an overwhelming victory in the legislature after introducing an unusual two-round runoff system, which required a plurality of 25 percent of the vote for candidates to be elected.
Ten MPRP members of his 18-member Cabinet quit, blaming him and his Democratic Party for a slip in economic growth, rising inflation and insufficient progress in tackling poverty and unemployment.