PGPA

AcronymDefinition
PGPAPredicted Grade Point Average (academics)
PGPAParallel Generalized Projection Algorithm
PGPAProblem Gambling Purchasing Agency (New Zealand)
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Brikinn, who was represented by the Area Manager, PGPA, Field Operations, Mr Sam Daibo, expressed joy at the vibrancy of the current IRDC executive and the commitment of the 20 beneficiaries 'who have been trained to use Agriculture to create value in their environment.'
While the approach taken to date in the legislative response to Williams suggests that this may not always be extensive, future additions to the range of government programs authorised under the FMA Act or included in subordinate legislation under the PGPA Act may be subject to more individualised scrutiny: even adding a government program listed only by heading and broad purposes requires an explanatory statement, including explanation for any consultation and regulatory impact, and scrutiny by the Regulations and Ordinances Committee.
Mukhopadhyay et al., "Co- amplification of the [gamma]-glutamyl cysteine synthetase gene gsh1 and of the ABC transporter gene pgpA in arsenite-resistant Leishmania tarentolae," The EMBO Journal, vol.
The PGPA was born at a time when experts were observing an "imbalance of man-power training and man-power need" (Bernardino, 1965, pp.
It appears that the SAT and PGPA of the mandatory group are lower than those of the voluntary group.
The PGPA boss, therefore, reassures members of the host communities in the area of CNL's safe operational conduct, reliability and efficiency with utmost consideration to the protection of the people and the environment.
'However, the Ugborodo community has been embroiled in leadership tussles which have hindered development in the community,' the PGPA boss noted.
Mike Kabi, Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs, (PGPA) Lagos, stated that the science laboratories, hybrid library and chest clinic donated to the schools and hospital were part of the educational and health infrastructural facilities implemented by the parties to improve the academic performance of students and provide access to good healthcare for Nigerians.
Speaking at the two-day inauguration event which held on March 28 and 29, General Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs (PGPA), Chevron Nigeria Ltd (CNL), Mr Esimaje Brikinn, expressed great joy at the success of the projects, said to have suffered delay for some years.