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CNP

(Certified Network Professional) A professional designation and accreditation given to individual IT networking professionals by the Network Professional Association (www.npa.org). Introduced in 1996 and earned by successful completion of a networking exam, the certification was updated and re-released in 2005. Additional requirements include work experience, continuing education and adherence to a code of ethics. For more information, visit www.cnp.org. See certification. See also CMP.
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Phidia said that CNP, which controls the board, so far denied to sanction the sale of Bank of Cyprus's stake, but may change its position following the ruling.
CNP also held a candidate forum last October, where speakers included Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Lindsey Graham, Rand Paul, and Rick Santorum.
CNP Signs & Graphics, a 4th generation sign company, was originally established as California Neon Products in 1939 by Ward Taylor and his son, Guy.
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The CNP Awards are becoming the standard by which companies, programs and services around the world are being recognized and judged now and in the future.
said, "The CNP partnership leverages Alloya's resources to provide value to the credit union system.
These marks will help CNP officials to identify the sick and injured rhinos so that necessary treatments could be offered on time.
To evaluate cross-reactivity in the CNP assay, we measured serial dilutions of human CNP-22 (4.
The new CNP office opens in the former Glamorgan County Council offices at Greyfriars House.
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Lodovic said Alioto is wrong -- and in breach of the confidentiality terms of the agreement -- to say that Reilly has the right to sit on the editorial board of any California Newspaper Partnership (CNP) newspaper he chooses, and to receive, at no cost to Reilly, a quarter page of space once a week for what the agreement calls "personal copy" in each CNP paper.