for each genre, namely National Ballet/ Contemporary Dance Company, National Theater Company, National Orchestra, National Choral Company, and National String Ensemble will be designated by a selection committee, which is comprised of a panel of experts knowledgeable in the artistic and technical aspects of the performing arts.
organised a seminar on "Damages in Construction Arbitration" in an attempt to cater to India's burgeoning infrastructure and construction industry.
agreed with the findings presented to the Board by TNA and recommended that the Board make this change.
is a solvent mainly used for ink for special gravure printing on packaging materials for food.
Lenexa, Kan.-based LynTec 's NPAC
isbeing marketed as a "complete, ready-to-install power management solution delivering power control and audio sequencing in a single 2RU unit that can manage up to 80 amps."
Twenty-three participants completed the NPAC
What follows is the report of a nearly-60-year analysis, beginning with what was known as the communication training program of NPAC
. Training was the largest single program area in a $1 million-plus project that also included (a) collection, evaluation, and dissemination of research, (b) services, and (c) creative programming.
TORONTO -- The Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada (NPAC
) will introduce a new event at its annual conference next month in Quebec City.
This database, called the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC
), is a critical part of our national infrastructure.
(Number Portability Administration Centre): "The NPAC
The presence of parameter uncertainty in nonlinear systems like CSTR has been controlled by designing the nonlinear predictive adaptive controller (NPAC
) and a nonlinear disturbance observer (NDO) in literature  and the proposed compensation method improves system tracking accuracy and robustness.
), which in turn is a wholly owned subsidiary of NP-USA that is located in Cleveland, OH.