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rpm

 
revolutions per minute.

rpm

Abbreviation for revolutions per minute.
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In the wake of these developments, the American Land Title Association (ALTA) set out to revise the CPL form so lenders and the title insurance industry would have a clearer understanding as to what the CPL was intended to cover, and a fairer distribution of certain risks between them.
CPL opens up a chance for him to make a statement before the ODIs commence.
Saleh Abdullah Lootah, CPL chairman, said: "Our expansion complements Dubai's tremendous economic development over the years."
Our title-sponsorship of the CPL is a logical extension of our long term association with the game."
"Cpl Hassoun failed to report for duty on January 5, 2005 at Camp Lejeune, following authorised leave to see his family in West Jordan, Utah.
David Dasher, managing director of CPL Online, said: "While we recognised there was a definite gap in the market, we didn't expect this level of demand."
There's another old saying that also applies: "The devil is in the details." Sadly, this succinctly sums up the problems with CPLs. Even worse, it can be extremely difficult to determine what any given CPL does and doesn't cover.
Colour Sergeant Dan Heneghan, Detachment Commander at Thongsbridge Army Cadets, said: "We take real pride in wearing the same cap badge as Cpl Hartley.
Cpl Brownson battled through "scenes of chaos" to reach L-Cpl Roney who was lying unconscious and covered in blood in the observation post he had been manning when the base came under fire.
Deputy project officer for the RAF, Cpl Bob Holness, said: "This was a tremendous opportunity for the RAF and the Air Cadets to engage with the public.
Seconds later, Cpl Webster and L/Cpl Cochran, who were at the rear of the patrol, were targeted by a sniper.
L Cpl Dodds, from Guisborough, was with a patrol from 2 Para in the Tor Ghai area of Helmand Province in support of an operation to clear an insurgent-dominated area at the time.