definition of TERP by Medical dictionary

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This provides visibility to NEP’s distribution per share growth targets, which at 12%-15% are more aggressive than those of AY (8%-10%) and TERP (5%-8%).
“Because their parents, family and clan elders had all told them it’s forbidden and dangerous,” Terp explained.
The Terp Budget Course was developed to support the school’s long-standing mission.
At the British Provincial Reconstruction Team in Mazar-e-Sharif (northern Afghanistan), we had a half-dozen “terps,” with backgrounds as physicians, university students or just young men with a smattering of English who put their lives on the line for US.
Walkup’s messages are “blocked and deleted,” Terp said in an email to The Star.
A commitment to diversity has to come from senior leadership to be successful, Terp advises.
The pupils were then presented with their “Terp Trumps” and a certificate to mark their hard work and achievements.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) grant is part of the Texas Emission Reduction Plan (TERP) aimed at reducing N[O.sub.x] and particulates from diesel-fueled vehicles and equipment in Texas.
The Monitor quoted one interpreter called “Bob, a musician from the Kurdish city of Dahook”, as saying: “In the beginning it was so difficult to get a job as a terp. Now, many terps don’t know English and they get a job.
Dow noted that it worked with locomotive owner and switching contractor RailServe to secure a grant for the conversion of the former diesel locomotives to hybrids through the Texas Emissions Reduction Program (TERP).
“Vehicle cloning is in its infancy, as evidenced by the number of cases that are being investigated,” said Lieutenant Greg Terp, commander of the Miami Dade Police Department Auto Theft Unit and chairman of the NAEC.

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