TPE

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AcronymDefinition
TPEThermoplastic Elastomer
TPETwo-Phase Extraction (environment)
TPETravaux Personnels Encadrés (French: Supervised Personal Work; academics)
TPETeens for Planet Earth (Wildlife Conservation Society; Bronx Zoo; New York)
TPETransaction Processing Environment (UniKix)
TPETribunal pour Enfants (French juvenile court)
TPETherapeutic Patient Education
TPEThe Photographer's Ephemeris (photography software)
TPEThe Placement Exchange
TPETrusted Path Execution
TPETrendnet Power over Ethernet
TPEThe Public Enemy
TPETwisted Pair Ethernet
TPETerminal de Paiement Electronique (French)
TPETherapeutic Plasma Exchange
TPETotal Power Exchange
TPETurboprop Engine
TPEThe Public Employee (Singapore; newsletter)
TPETotal Potential Exposure (credit management)
TPETelomere Position Effect
TPETampines Expressway (Singapore)
TPETheater Provided Equipment
TPEThat Petrol Emotion (band)
TPEThe Power Empire (gaming clan)
TPETeuton Preinstalled Environment (software)
TPETrès Petites Entreprise (French: Very Small Business)
TPETest Project Engineer (US NASA)
TPEThird Pole Environment
TPETelework Partnership with Employers
TPETaxpayer Education
TPETeacher Performance Evaluation
TPEThird Party Evaluator
TPETechnology, Pedagogy and Education
TPEThreshold Photoelectron
TPEThird Party Equipment (various organizations)
TPETrade Promotion Excellence (Kellogg)
TPETiny Paper Enclosure (philately)
TPETaipei, Taiwan - Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (airport code)
TPETris Phosphoric Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid
TPETrainer-Peculiar Equipment
TPETransaction Processing Executive
TPETrans-Pacific Exchange (now VIA; Stanford, CA)
TPETracking and Pointing Experiment
TPETraining Project Engineer
TPETracking & Pointing Experiment
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s civil government, bought and paid for by the public employee unions, authorized its negotiators to give away the treasury to the IBEW in a manner that precludes them from overturning the contract and hides all those involved from public accountability.
In other words, the public employee unions and the politicians they own will resist any effort that might take jobs away from their members, or get them to be more productive.
Coupal called the budget crisis a reflection of the ``ascendancy in the political power of the public employee unions.
When it is stated that a new California law allows state employees to retire at 55 and enjoy the same pension benefits five years earlier than predecessors and that it's a good illustration of how out of sync public employee retirement systems are with private sector pensions and Social Security, it says to me that private businesses need to attempt to be able to offer as good a plan as the state offers, rather than try to refer to the public employee retirement systems in a negative way.
During the past few weeks there have been several articles and letters written about the growing influence the public employee unions have on local government, with the City Council granting them a 16 percent raise and with the election of several union-backed candidates to the Charter Reform Commission.
It is at the same time unfair to hold the Palestinian government responsible for the delay in paying the wages of the public employees.
The new location will serve as the regional office for the Public Employees Federation's Kings, Queens and Richmond counties members.
8, the voters will be able to strike a blow for fairness and justice for the public employees of this great state of California.
Yet this statistic also includes the public employees of the state itself.
It's a job made exceedingly difficult, as the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility video shows, by the disregard some off-road vehicle users display toward requirements that they stay on designated trails.