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Aps

(astronomy)

APS

(1) (Access PointS) See access point.

(2) See Advanced Photo System.
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'The upgraded APS will enable science at a completely new scale, enabling discoveries across a wide range of research from microelectronics to polymers to quantum,' said Paul Kearns, Director, Argonne National Laboratory.
"Appointments with APs occurred more frequently in lower-income counties with a higher concentration of whites, suggesting that APs in primary care aren't evenly distributed," the authors write.
The company expanded to Cyprus through a joint venture with Hellenic Bank, founding APS Debt Servicing Cyprus in July 2017.
Founded in 1962 with headquarters in Streetsboro, Ohio, APS employs more than 1,200 people, serves customers in more than 60 countries and operates seven manufacturing sites in the U.S.
Expressed satisfaction over performance of the school, Zia Ullah said that we would approve all the projects that are necessary to improve performance of APS.
APS said it will use 150 megawatts of solar-fueled battery storage to partly meet that energy demand.
La integralidad en la atencion a las personas constituye el principal reto a que debe responder una APS de calidad.
CPO Ashfaq Ahmad Khan and Commander Pak Navy Farooq Khan said that by sacrificing their lives, the martyrs of APS have laid down a foundation for bright and prosperous Pakistan and shown their dedication to spread literacy without caring the nefarious and deadly aims of terrorist and extremist elements.
The President prayed for the 'Shuhadah' of the APS and the bereaved families to bear their losses
In their messages on the fourth anniversary of the gruesome attack on Sunday, President, Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan, Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa paid tribute to 144 students and staff members of the APS.
Phil told members that APS - sometimes known as "sticky blood" or the Hughes Syndrome - was first recognised by Professor Graham Hughes in the early 1980s.