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c.p.

Abbreviation for chemically pure.
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"C.P. Tower Growth Leasehold Property Fund" will be a property fund that invests in both office building and shopping centre projects, allowing shared customer bases and offering great investment diversification to the investors.
C.P. Joshi and Ajay Maken had submitted their resignations as ministers of the Central Government in the morning today.
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David Ivester, former national sales manager for C.P. Lighting, has joined Emess Lighting, based in Ellwood City, Pa., as vice president of sales for the upscale Cresswell Lighting division.
The C.P. Hall Company was established in 1919 in Akron, Ohio to act as an intermediate between the producers and the tire industry.