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APPLApplication
APPLApplied
APPLApplicable
APPLAppliance
APPLApplicant
APPLAda Program Partitioning Language
APPLAustralia Petroleum Pty. Ltd. (now Caltex Australia Petroleum Pty. Ltd.)
APPLAnna Porter Public Library (Gatlinburg, TN)
APPLAssociation of Partners for Public Lands
APPLAcademy of Program and Project Leadership (NASA)
APPLA Probability Programming Language
APPLAlberta Products Pipeline (Canada)
APPLApplanation Tension (pressure in the eye)
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* Thomas Joseph Bittles II and Brianna Marie Stehl, both of Pinckneyville; license applied for Aug.
French, who (https://www.insurancejournal.com/news/national/2011/09/13/215355.htm) served as CEO for eight years, will continue to advise Applied as a member of the board of directors.
Applied Systems said TechCanary's insurance CRM will be integrated with the Applied Epic agency management system to enable agencies, insurers and managing general agencies to utilize the Salesforce.com platform to manage their sales and marketing.
Many new capabilities in Applied TAM 2013 were identified in collaboration with the Applied Systems Client Network's (ASCnet) product advisory committee to drive growth and profitability in today's insurance marketplace.
The proposed regulations reserve on the definition of "unit of property" as applied to "network assets" such as railroad track oil and gas pipelines, water and sewage pipelines, power transmission and distribution lines, and telephone and cable lines that are owned or leased by taxpayers in each of those respective industries.
2036(a)(2) applied would pose a more serious challenge to taxpayers and practitioners in using FLPs.
Lang applied for disability benefits, indicating that her inability to work was triggered by stress arising from her job as a contracts manager.
A force transducer's response is generally expressed in terms of the applied force by a polynomial equation:
Previously, this requirement only applied to foundations and now applies (with some exceptions) to charitable organizations.
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