WRPSWisconsin Rapids Public Schools (Wisconsin Rapids, WI)
WRPSWaterloo Regional Police Service (Canada)
WRPSWorld Rock Paper Scissors Society
WRPSWetaskiwin Regional Public Schools (Alberta, Canada)
WRPSWoodlands Ring Primary School (Singapore)
WRPSWaitakere Ranges Protection Society (New Lynn, New Zealand)
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WRPs produce pellets that are rounded but flat, similar to aspirin tablets.
No other workers were affected, and all members of the crew were cleared for normal duty," said WRPS spokesman Peter Bengtson.
Remarkably, Co-1 and Ni-3 (E = O,Se) exhibit the strongest inhibitory effect against the PAF-induced aggregation in WRPs with an I[C.sub.50] value of 18 to 19 nM.
And the answer may be the best-kept secret in the painting world--use a water repellent preservative (WRP).
Sources of potential pollutants include: 1) treated sanitary wastewaters from five Water Reclamation Plants (WRPs); 2) untreated urban runoff from approximately 350 (km.sup.2) of developed land discharged into the river via a municipal separate storm sewer system; and 3) once-through cooling waters from two power generating stations that is mixed with low volume industrial and sanitary wastes then discharged into the watershed's estuary.
The effect of a water-repellent preservative (WRP) pretreatment on the performance of several paint and solid-color stains is also evaluated.
It is hard to imagine anyone more courteous and polite, as Tyson signed countless autographs, posed for photographs and waxed lyrical over tea and sandwiches in Potts' kitchen with fellow members of the WRPS.
Although finish service life could be increased to 4 to 5 years by adding inorganic pigments to the WRP formulation to give a solvent-borne semitransparent stain, this kind of finish largely obscures the natural characteristics of the wood.
The overall objectives of the WRPS involve limiting the risk to water resources from historic or existing land-use practices, as well as minimizing the risk to water resources from future land uses.
But WRPS suggests a desire for more worker participation than currently available.
The WRPS was also designed to inform the work of the Commission on the Future of Worker-Management Relations, often referred to as the Dunlop Commission after its Chairman, Harvard professor and former Labor Secretary John T.