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ASP

abbreviation for either an ACT OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT in the sense of the devolved body created at the end of the twentieth century, or of the Sovereign parliament prior to 1707.
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However, solvent-free, solid state polymerization (SSP) is an emerging technique for synthesizing high MW PLLA, especially on PLLA prepolymer, pre-PLLA, synthesized from lactic acid precursor (4).
After the completion of the tender offer and a series of procedures thereafter to make SSP a wholly-owned subsidiary of BIJI, the latter plans to be merged into SSP, and SSP will be the surviving company.
'ADAC's vision and mission is to constantly strive to provide best-in-class services to our customers and todayCOs contract signing with SSP underlines that commitment,C[yen] said Khalifa Al Mazrouei, chairman and managing director of ADAC.
SSP leader Colin Fox said they were better off without Sheridan.
Sadly, the SSP is no longer able to play that role."
The controversial MP had declared: "I want the SSP to get back to where they were.
It should come as a surprise that a consumer friendly and safe method for using DKIM has been initially supplanted by the SSP authorization scheme.
The SSP also comes equipped with an acoustic sounder, similar to sonar, that can send signals down through the atmosphere and listen for an echo.
Fabio Perini-owned company) and by consequence SSP increased its official company's capital up to [euro]4.5 million.
Thalhimer is the third major regional real estate services company to join the Insignia/ESG SSP program.
Boehringer, which already has a 19.6% stake in SSP, announced a takeover bid Jan.
In 1986, SSP rented the Razavis' condominium to third parties for 149 days and received $29,559; SSP paid the Razavis $19,250 (11/12 of $21,000).