TPRS

AcronymDefinition
TPRSTotal Physical Response Storytelling (now Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling)
TPRSTemperature Programmed Reaction Spectroscopy
TPRSTelephone-Administered Perceived Racism Scale (social research)
TPRSTowed Parachute Retrieval System
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The final TPRs take effect for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2014, but businesses can retroactively adopt TPR changes for the 2012 and 2013 tax years.
Consequently, using smaller population result in higher True Positives Rates (TPR) and lower False Negatives Rates (FNR) than using bigger populations, as shown in Figures 10 and 11 respectively.
Miller, Jr.); (2) An Analysis of the Teaching Proficiency Through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS) Method (David Alley and Denise Overfield); (3) Technoconstructivism and the Millennial Generation: Creative Writing in the Foreign Language Classroom (Edwina Spodark); (4) Technology for Oral Assessment (Patricia Early and Peter B.
Initial bulkhead designs featuring TPEs and TPRs often failed for several reasons, including long-term exposure to the fuel, as well as the freezing, thawing and refreezing of the systems in the northern climates, according to the company.
In addition, while loyalty cards have offered some degree of customization there is still a heavy reliance on broad merchandising (TPRs and flyers, for example) to drive sales.
"Our conference makes it very easy for retailers and manufacturers to plan promotional and advertising activities such as temporary price reductions (TPRs), circulars, displays, shippers, coupons and more," notes Tyree.
The E-Series is said to be ideal for compression molding rubber/elastomers, gum silicones, various TPRs, thermosets and thermoplastics, but can also be used in various bonding and laminating applications.
"Off-shelf clip strips or TPRs [temporary price reductions] that help drive point-of-purchase awareness generate visibility and market basket purchases for the retailer are important," she says.