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SMP

 
Society of Medical Psychoanalysts.
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SMP

Abbreviation for:
skim-milk protein
social marketing project 
standard medical practice
Statutory Maternity Pay 
strategic management plan
submuscular plexus
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Figs.7, 8, 9, and 10 are shown the simulation results of the position trolley and swing angle responses based on the ASMP controllers.
The purchase of general-purpose flatcars under the ASMP for the special purpose of supporting the Army's rapid deployment posed a potential problem reminiscent of the situation during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
ASMP was introduced in 1995 as Glaxo Wellcome's first disease management offering in the United States.
Presently, three Mirage 2000N K2 squadrons can carry ASMP missiles.
Under ASMP, the Army continues to make progress in its rapid force projection capability.
Two new nuclear weapons programs are going ahead: the M-5 submarine-based strategic nuclear missile, and a more powerful version of the Air-Sol Moyenne Portee (ASMP) air-launched nuclear missile.
Europe's only nuclear-armed air-launched cruise missile is the MBDA Asmp, which entered service in 1986.
But the primary vocation of the Mirage 2000N remains nuclear deterrence, thanks to the ASMP missile.
The partnerships created for this event run strong in South Florida's fabric and The Soul Catchers, Badia, Dale Laboratories, Southtrend Eventprinters.com as well as The Salvation Army, The Boys and Girls Club, ASMP and PPGF look forward to continue to collaborate on similar events in the future.
Turning finally to nuclear-armed cruise missiles, MBDA is responsible for further development of France's 300 kT ASMP (Air-Sol Moyenne Portee), which, at the time, was developed by Aerospatiale and entered service in 1986.