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WPBWest Palm Beach (Florida)
WPBWorkforce Performance Builder (Systems, Applications & Products in Data Processing)
WPBWar Production Board
WPBWorking Party on Billfish (Indian Ocean Tuna Commission)
WPBWeibel-Palade Bodies
WPBWaste Paper Basket
WPBWaste Paper Bin
WPBPatrol Craft, Large (USCGC)
WPBWide-Pulse Blanking
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--examine the relationship between WPB, mental health and an intention to leave among nurses in Taiwan;
--identify the protective factors against WPB to suggest interventions for nurses.
One WPB study estimated that 42 million tons of scrap would be required each year to produce new steel.
Most frequently, differences were observed when exposing 6 mm OSB and WPB to 35 kW/[m.sup.2] (620 [degrees]C) heat flow.
Frank Subway sent a relieved letter to all Deere branch houses and factories telling them that the WPB had just informed him: "The proposal that arrangements be made to permit the Ford Co., or any other company, to conduct a pilot run of 10,000 tractors for exchange for old heavy tractors, has met with a negative decision."
Diversification of supply was also a goal of the WPB. The Smaller War Plants Corporation within the WPB made heroic efforts to direct government contracts to medium-sized and smaller manufacturers and offered subsidies to make that feasible.
As a result of a 1942 WPB limitation order, quotas for new farm machinery that year were based on only 20 percent of each manufacturer's total sales in either 1940 or 1941, whichever was higher.