TPPD

AcronymDefinition
TPPDThird Party Property Damage (insurance)
TPPDTwisted Pair - Physical-Media Dependent
TPPDThoracic-Pelvic-Phalangeal Dystrophy
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There will also be generous Shelter Assistance to families of KIA/WIPO and WIA/WIPO with TPPD worth P450,000; Health Care Assistance through coverage of premiums from the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (Philhealth) worth P2400 per year and maintenance medicines provided by the Department of Health for qualified beneficiaries of KIA/KIPO personnel; and Educational Assistance in the provision of annual stipends for up to two children or other beneficiaries of KIA/KIPO and WIA/WIPO with TPPD.
The families of KIA/WIPO and WIA/WIPO with TPPD will also receive shelter assistance worth P450,000; health care assistance through coverage of premiums from the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation worth P2,400 per year; and maintenance medicines provided by the Department of Health for qualified beneficiaries of KIA/KIPO personnel; and educational assistance in the provision of annual stipends for up to two children or other beneficiaries of KIA/KIPO and WIA/WIPO with TPPD.
In 2016 Turkuaz won a competitive process for the privatisation of TPPD against three competitors.
The idea of TPPD is that the speed, flow, and density will achieve the peaks during the traffic peak periods [7-9].
K-means [14] and Fuzzy C-means methods [15] are the most common methods used in TPPD. Clustering methods have achieved good performances.
palmetto, which succumbs to TPPD. Surveys were conducted at least 3 times each year beginning in 2009.
Three species of planthoppers were found to be abundant on the palms in the Tampa Bay area, where TPPD is common, and also in Gainesville.
Sueno said a generous shelter assistance worth P450,000 will go to families of KIA/Wipo and WIA/Wipo with TPPD, plus a health care assistance through coverage of premiums from the Philippine Health Insurance Corp.
An educational assistance will be received as annual stipend by up to two children or other beneficiaries of police or military personnel killed in action and those wounded with TPPD, Sueno said.
Bereaved families of killed personnel and those injured with TPPD will also receive P450,000, health care assistance through coverage of premiums from the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) worth P2,400 per year.
qualified beneficiaries of KIA/KIPO personnel; and Educational Assistance in the provision of annual stipends for up to two (2) children or other beneficiaries of KIA/KIPO and WIA/WIPO with TPPD