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Synonyms for PPP

surgical resection of unnecessary palatal and oropharyngeal tissue to open the airway

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In Chapters 4 and 5, Chun discusses the use of YouTube videos in the EAP classroom, how such videos might introduce discourses of globalization and neoliberalism into the classroom, and the disparate ways students react to, reinforce, or resist such discourses in classroom exchanges.
EAP providers are fielding more requests for education and training on a variety of health issues, including stress management, smoking cessation and nutrition.
Innovations in EAPs have come in response to employers' desire to integrate EAP services with needs of employees outside of the workplace, such as wellness and quality of life concerns.
Some of our clients use the resulting scores in their performance guarantees in their contracts with EAP providers.
Train the building's fire safety directors (FSD) and their deputies through an approved school, after which they must earn an EAP Certificate of Fitness certifying them as FS/ EAP directors and deputies.
Also during Katrina, many EAPs assisted with crucial tasks such as finding food, shelter and assistance for employees.
EAP works with the Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES), USAID and other agencies on these transnational challenges to develop multilateral approaches to supplement existing bilateral efforts.
However, a qualified EAP cannot offer a choice between educational assistance and taxable remuneration.
For example, in one organization, about 7 percent of employees use the EAP yearly.
The Web-based EAP software also works in conjunction with popular transaction applications from vendors such as PeopleSoft and SAP.
Evaluating the performance of an EAP is no easy task.
A unique data set that combines individual-level information on EAP utilization, demographic information, and health insurance claims from 1991 to 1995 for all employees of a large midwestern employer.
The structure and delivery of an EAP is guided by "core" practices generally known as the EAP core technology.
A reading of the book leaves no doubt that the author believes that the EAP is the most effective solution to the many problems that arise from drug and alcohol abuse by organization members.