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Synonyms for EPA

an independent federal agency established to coordinate programs aimed at reducing pollution and protecting the environment

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She said: "External assessments like EPAS are an effective tool to help evidence and measure the success of such developments and the impact they're having on our patients.
The addition of EPAS is a huge step forward for the F-150," said Eric Kuehn, chief engineer of the 2011 Ford F-150.
The EPAS platform is fast, continuous, and scalable using conventional equipment which can be directly incorporated into an uninterrupted manufacturing process.
Drawn from Shulman's (2005) landmark treatise, the notion of field as signature pedagogy appears for the first time in the 2008 EPAS.
The 2008 EPAS reflected both practical considerations and a theoretical shift within the profession.
The EPAS system automatically adjusts to driving conditions, offering maximum power at low speeds, making the steering easy to operate while reducing the amount of power at higher speeds when little or no assistance is needed.
The Definitive Agreement would provide for the relationship and responsibilities of NACF and EPAS in expanding business for EPAS' proprietary new carbon emissions technology.
3 of the EPAS (CSWE, 2008) specifies the need for criteria and procedures for awarding advanced standing so that BSW graduates do not "repeat what has been mastered in BSW programs.
We could not be happier with what we have gleaned from the due diligence process with EPAS so far.
The launch of the new EPAS system at the Noarlunga Hospital is the culmination of a comprehensive staff engagement, design and implementation process involving more than 350 clinical and administrative staff over the past 18 months.
The concerns raised by AAU focuses on EPAS prescriptiveness related to time assignment for administrative functions, conditions of employment for faculty and staff, and faculty-student ratios.
The option agreement gives NACF the ability to perform due diligence with EPAS in anticipation of a definitive agreement to assist EPAS with expanding business for proprietary new carbon emissions technology.
The model features a sculpted crystal slab that acts as the car's centre console, a navigation system, 'Powershift' dual-clutch automated gearbox, a 180 hp GTDi engine, EPAS (Electric Power Assisted Steering), a 'DRIVe-Mode' fuel economy mode, flat underbody panels, and automatic engine start-stop for stop-and-go traffic.
The EPAS system, which includes player's electronic medical records and information on their fitness and development tracking, is now being delivered to all England rugby academies, premiership rugby clubs and centrally at the RFU's headquarters at Twickenham.
In their first paragraph Hoffman and Albers state that "whether or not these questions [posed in my editorial] are the best questions to ask about the EPAS at this time is not at issue.