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bpp

bpp

(1) (Bits Per Pixel) See color depth.

(2) (Basic Printing Profile) See Bluetooth profiles.
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When I decided to go into training as a career, BPP was the only college I considered.
Shortly after Aoki transferred to UC-Berkeley that year, Seale and Newton approached him and others about their ideas, which became the BPP and its Ten Point Platform.
The Saving Newborn Lives (SNL) Initiative viewed collaboration with the MoHP on the BPP as an opportunity to integrate the promotion of essential newborn-care behaviours into the safe motherhood programme.
Sarah Oakes, BPP; Josh Sexton, Gateley; Nicki Roskell, Gateley; Matt Roden, BPP
Although the extension for Your BPP (2)(a) would provide for newly acquired BPP, the amount available under this extension is subject to the actual BPP limit of insurance.
political context of the Princess Mother's patronage of the BPP and
In fact, accounts of BPP households outlined in memoirs and biographies of former members, organizational documents, and FBI files suggest that for numerous Black Panthers, the home existed as a liminal space, at the nexus of family, community, and work life.
Then, the system performance with both BPP and BPA controls is simulated using the nonlinear network solution at both low and high outdoor airflow ratios.
Martin and Bloom detail how the BPP seized on the moment when the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) gave an early call for Black Power but provided no practical strategies.
BPP measures B2B brand performance based on three key dimensions: leadership (reputation and perceived market leadership), relationship (customer advocacy and ability of a brand to be a problem-solving partner) and impact (differentiation, satisfaction and impact of the existing brand experience).
The BPP is a six-year program being implemented by the Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB), an attached agency of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, with funding from the Global Environment Facility (GEF), through the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).