YPR

AcronymDefinition
YPRYards Per Rush (football)
YPRYellowstone Public Radio
YPRYaw, Pitch, and Roll
YPRYoung Peoples Revolution (various locations)
YPRYoung Persons Railcard (UK)
YPRYayasan Pondok Rakyat (Indonesian: People's Shelter Foundation)
YPRYellow Pages Research
YPRPrince Rupert /Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada - Digby Island (Airport Code)
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The influence of parameter bias on YPR and SPR models has been investigated since the 1950s (e.g., Beverton and Holt, 1957; Goodyear, 1993; Mace, 1994), but the effects of precision uncertainty have seldom been addressed.
Justin Luke Riley, the 26-year-old president and CEO of YPR, served on the board of Faces & Voices for five years (he resigned when the merger talks began).
BEIRUT:AaA deal involving the sale of 40 German Leapard-1 tanks and 32 YPR armored infantry fighting vehicles from Belgium to Lebanon will most likely not be authorized by the German Security Council, German chargee d'affaires in Beirut, Irene Plank, said on Friday.
Austin, Texas-based music consultant Bonner traces the history of Young People's Records (YPR) and Children's Record Guild (CRG), the first commercially significant record clubs in the world.
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The unique start-up venture, called Your Primary Resource (YPR), will initially focus on serving the metropolitan New York region, including New Jersey and Connecticut, but eventually plans to expand to other cities nationally and around the world.
API oil and 0.57 MCF/day of gas from a Ypr?sian formation called Bou Dabbous.
Young People in Recovery (YPR) is a national movement of young people in long-term recovery, with a vision that states "we envision a world where we don't have to bury any more of our friends due to drugs and alcohol." The movement is united at all levels to empower young people to find and sustain recovery.
The Beverton and Holt (1966) yield-per-recruit (YPR) model modified by Pauly and Soriano (1986) was used to estimate the sizes at maximum yield per recruit ([L.sub.max]) and to predict the effects of increasing the mean size at first capture ([L.sub.50]) to the mean size at first sexual maturity ([L.sub.mat]) and that at which yield per recruit would be maximized ([L.sub.max]).
Equilibrium yield per recruit (YPR) was estimated by the method of Ricker (1975), which divides the exploited life span into phases of constant mortality and growth rates; total YPR is obtained by summing yield across phases.