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Synonyms for NPA

a terrorist organization that is the militant wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines

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The issue for NPA in the battle over Kings Canyon was whether it could support an inferior park proposal.
The association's presence at the hearings is also necessary if the matter proves to be a test case for the ministry's strengthened regulations, according to the NPA president.
The military declared a month-long ceasefire with the NPA for the Christmas holidays and Pope Francis' scheduled visit in January.
Finney previously served as vice president of member services with NPA for 10 years before leaving to pursue a position as vice president of membership and communications at the Food Processing Suppliers Association, where he has worked for the last four years.
Scott Gavin, the deputy general manager for NPA, said this device, which has been available in the market only for about one year is already being used globally.
The NPA is the armed wing of the 44-year old Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP).
At the recently concluded 2012 Middle East Event Awards held in Dubai, NPA Events added 2 more feathers to its cap by winning the 'Highly Commended' appreciation certificates from the international jury of judges, who evaluated the over 250 entries that were received for this hotly contested event.
He said the NPA had been commissioned to "conducta base line survey to find out what has been happening so far in land investment".
The NPA confirmed the electronic ballot will be reset and remain open until 12:00 EDT on 21 September 2007, with the results of the vote to be announced at 13:00 EDT.
The NPA has taken the step because currently there is no system to give thorough safety instructions to those suspected of having dementia or have them seek medical diagnosis, even though a 2002 revision in the Road Traffic Law made it possible for the NPA to revoke or suspend the licenses of the drivers diagnosed with dementia, according to the officials.
The system, which the NPA hopes to become operational in fiscal 2004, would give the NPA access to the passenger manifests prepared by airlines so that the police can run a check against the NPA file of criminal suspects.
However, after 17 days of incubation, the viral culture from the NPA showed a nonhemagglutinating virus (isolate 1) growing in LLC-MK2 cells.
According to the NPA, the most prevalent Web-based crimes were those involving child prostitution, totaling 387 or 43.
The National Police Agency (NPA) has started to consider restructuring police forces nationwide to combat the increase in organized crime by Japanese and foreign syndicates, including the smuggling of people into Japan, the NPA chief said Thursday.
During the meeting the NPA board voted to change its name to Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Association (NEPA) in a move designed to attract a range of publishers from a field much wider than the traditional print newsletter medium.