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ACP

 
American College of Physicians.

ACP

Abbreviation for acyl carrier protein; American College of Physicians.

ACP

American College of Physicians; acid phosphatase.

ACP

abbr.
American College of Physicians

ACP

ACP

Abbreviation for:
acid phosphatase
acyl carrier protein
acute cor pulmonale
adenocarcinoma of prostate
advanced care planning
alcoholic chronic pancreatitis
alternate complement pathway
American College of Pathologists
American College of Pharmacists
American College of Physicians
American College of Psychiatrists
antegrade cerebral perfusion
anterior cervical plate
anterior clinoid process
antiviral collection point (Medspeak-UK)
antrochoanal polyp
area contingency plan
aspirin-caffeine-phenacetin
Association for Clinical Pathologists (Medspeak-UK)
Asymptomatic Cardiac ischemia Pilot study
autoimmune chronic pancreatitis

ACP

American College of Physicians

ACP

Abbreviation for acyl carrier protein.

ACP

acronym for acepromazine; acyl carrier protein.
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We are grateful that the Mayor has chosen to recognize the ACP membership for their support in helping to improve the quality of life in our City," explained Stewart O'Brien, ACP's executive vice president.
Sign-up with ACP, load RailNet and get the green light to sell BritRail, Eurail, EuroDomino, European point-to-point tickets and City & Heritage Passes.
We have recently developed unique bioactive composites based on filler phases consisting of pyrophosphate-stabilized ACP embedded in certain types of polymer matrix phases derived from the ambient polymerization of acrylic monomers [7, 8].
The claim by Mrs Kinnock that she worked "closely" with her "ACP Co-President" contrasts sharply with the ACP declaration of 25 November, in which the ACP countries said "they were informed of the European Parliament's decision to bar two members of the Zimbabwe delegation from access to its premises, without prior consultation or an opinion of the joint organs of the Joint Parliamentary Assembly".
The sad part, the officials add, is that the two countries are being portrayed as taking talks on the new round hostage and of undermining the ACP.
Much of what was learned about ACP and hope in this research falls within the domain of nursing--dealing with the effects of a disease process on daily life is but one example.
Yet overall, most ACP countries continue to export primary products to traditional markets.
Since the Lome Convention expires in February 2000, ACP states are trying to establish themselves as a trade bloc to further their aims in future trade negotiations.
The EU can only tell the ACP that if both sides show their goodwill in concluding a cooperation and trade agreement that is compatible with WTO rules, then we don't see why other partners within the World Trade Organisation should oppose waivers during the transition period," says Brussels.
However, the future ACP expansions will be determined by customers' evolving needs - and not necessarily restricted to ductile iron.
Few argue with the Lome premise that a completely free European banana market would cause the collapse of many ACP economies.
The Act also provides a safe harbor method for satisfying the ACP Test applicable to employer matching contributions.