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NPE

(Non-Practicing Entity) See patent troll.
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PolyOne's new technologies that will launch at NPE 2015 include:
A 260-tonner will run at NPE, as well as a 320-ton general-purpose HST press.
Paying attention to NPE activity in this industry can provide early warning of a coming threat, and arming oneself with data and information is key to successfully navigating the NPE threat highway.
Moving from Chicago to Orlando was the first initiative in SPI's strategy of 'breaking the mould' by creating a broader-based and more exciting NPE with new benefits for exhibitors and visitors," said William R.
The tests show the concentration of NPE is well below the threshold value", Adidas said.
Chief executive Eileen Kelly, who has been with the company for four years, said: "Sadly, during the recession some of our competitors have folded while thanks to continued support from shareholders and a strong management team, NPE has succeeded in maintaining its workforce.
The CDR demonstrated that the NPE design meets all program requirements, and showed complete compliance with the rigorous GPS III mission assurance standards.
Patients presenting with an aneurysmal SAH have the highest possibly of developing NPE and should therefore be monitored closely for signs and symptoms of the complication.
SPI's leadership selected Orlando upon the recommendation of the NPE 2012 Executive Committee after a systematic comparison of possible venues.
The NPE removal processes we evaluated included pre-evaporation of bleach plant effluents, chip pretreatment, and combinations thereof.
However, there are two theories on how NPE occurs: the blast theory and the permeability defect theory.
The success of the NPE thus bolsters the prospect of rigorously enforcing the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT), now being negotiated.