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ACP

(Associate Computing Professional) The award for successful completion of an examination in computers offered by the ICCP. It is geared to newcomers in the computing field. For more information, visit www.iccp.org.
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It is important to note that in 2015 the ACPS' school district was fully reaccredited for the first time in more than twenty years.
The research on ACPs of fusion reactor originates from pressurized water reactor (PWR), because both have similar thermal-hydraulic design.
ACPs with angles more acute than 39.5[degrees] were classified as narrow-angled and those with angles more obtuse than 39.5[degrees] were classified as wide-angled (Table IV).
At the ACP-EU parliamentarians' meetings in Brussels, ACP groupaACAOs representatives rejected the October 2014 deadline set by EU for them to sign the EPAs.
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Articles dealing with ACPs published since 1997 were located and coded.
Seventy-eight percent of the requested ACPs were completed by health care providers, indicating a high level of participation by health care providers in the program.
Multiple ACPS units can be interfaced and synchronized.
A reduced size Wilkinson divider developed in asymmetric coplanar stripline (ACPS) is used to illustrate the flexibility of the uniplanar approach.