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APA

APA

Abbr. for “American Plywood Association.”

APA

(All Points Addressable) An array of items (bits, bytes, pixels, cells, etc.) whereby each item can be individually manipulated.
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The IRS uses a streamlined APA "boilerplate" model form.
While seven (7) of these APAs have rollback provisions contained in them, the other four (4) are Agreements for future five years.
This international parliamentary conference will include plenary sessions, meetings of Standing Committees devoted to political, economic, cultural and social affairs as well as a special meeting of women parliamentarians of the APA.
The APA unleashed its land-grab manifesto, Preliminary Private Land Use and Development Plan for the Adirondack Park, two days before Christmas in 1972.
Using these test variables, a cold mix is considered acceptable if it demonstrates less than 7 millimeter rutting in the APA.
Psychologists have told APA of incidences where a "Warning Signs" forum may have prevented a violent act from taking place.
To those familiar with the organization of the "old" APA, the "revised" APA may initially resemble the cards in a game of "52 pick-up.
APA uses the most popular, non-proprietary property management software systems available.
If the APA process goes smoothly and there's agreement on the transfer pricing method, this isn't an issue.
Following the proposed acquisition, APA would own most of the options for customers of gas storage in Victoria, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims said.
In their class action complaint, members of the APA-represented by Tycko & Zavareei-alleged that the APA falsely represented to its members (on its annual dues statements and elsewhere) that they were required to pay an annual "practice assessment" for continued APA membership.