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CPA

An abbreviation for certified public accountant. A CPA is a trained accountant who has been examined and licensed by the state. He or she is permitted to perform all the tasks of an ordinary accountant in addition to examining the books and records of various business organizations, such as corporations.

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Cpl Hassoun was yesterday scheduled to return to Camp Lejeune, where his case will now be heard.
SUCCESS: The CPL Online team has delivered 500,000 courses to blue-chip clients throughout the UK
This is a problem he's seen time and time again in his practice, which involves litigation on mortgage fraud issues involving CPL coverage issues, as well as when representing lenders that are performing third-party agent due-diligence processes.
I saw two AUP pointing their weapons at Cpl McCarthy and LCpl Davies.
Operation, CPL business and development forecast of 8 CPL manufacturers around the globe and in China, and CPL projects under construction of 8 enterprises in China, etc.
Cpl Brownson, from Bishop Auckland, County Durham, then heard shouts of "man down" and immediately rushed to assist L-Cpl Roney.
The result is that on July 30, the 44th anniversary of Lance Cpl.
The new center in Paris serves as a perfumery and development center, not only for the French market, but also as a center of excellence where fine fragrances are developed for the entire CPL Aromas group.
Line 5: Cpl Stephen Walker, Gunner Zac Cusack, Cpl Stephen Curley, RM Scott Taylor, RM Anthony Hotine, Cpl Terry Webster, L/Cpl Alan Cochran, L/Bdr Mark Chandler, Pte Jonathan Michael Monk and L/Cpl Andrew Breeze.
Besides, some leading manufacturers of CPL and AN in Asia will soon begin annual repair and maintenance, which will keep prices of CPL and AN high, which will help CPDC generate satisfactory gains from such sales.
The following names are just some of the young men from the North Yorkshire area who gave their lives in Korea: Pte Ronald Cottingham, Fus Francis Vickers, Gnr Robert E Dowkes, L/Cpl William Hanlon, Cpl Norman W Sharp, Pte Baden Pickles, Gnr George Cawood, Cpl Douglas Thirkettle, Cpl Dennis A Jackson, Fus Raymond Sugden, L/Cpl Gordon B Harrison.
CPL collects and verifies the detailed information on legal entities including corporations, governments and funds, from centres around the world, using primary sources and registration documents, consistent with the stringent standards and practices required by current risk management and regulatory compliance legislation.