CPET definition

CPET means the UK Government’s Central Point of Expertise on Timber.
CPET means the UK Government’s Central Point of Expertise for Timber.
CPET means the UK Government’s Central Point of Expertise on Timber, which provides a free telephone helpline and website to support implementation of the UK Government timber procurement policy. CPET contact details: Phone: 00000 000000, Email: xxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx, Website: xxx.xxxx.xxx.xxx.

Examples of CPET in a sentence

  • Our pilot study evaluated the effect of MBP on aerobic exercise capacity as measured byCardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET).

  • CPET was performed in accordance with a consensus protocol from UK centres.

  • CPET will produce further guidance on FLEGT-licensed or equivalent timber in due course.

  • The Measure does not provide individual children or young people with an enforceable remedy where their Convention rights are violated.

  • This Plan is applicable to all bargaining unit seniority employees (except CPET, ICET, and MTIM students) on the seniority list as of June 2, 2010.

  • Perioperative cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET): consensus clinical guidelines on indications, organization, conduct, and physiological interpretation.

  • An agreement was made with Proforest, a private company, to set up a Central Point of Expertise on Timber (CPET) to carry out assessment of certification schemes against the criteria defined in the policy.

  • The department offers a range of programs including Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) and Computer Engineering Technology (CPET), and Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in Electrical Engineering Technology.

  • As such, CPET is useful in assessing COPD (38, 153, 160, 161), including the role of combined disease progression before transplantation, and in assessing func- strength and aerobic training in exercise tolerance and health- tional capacity, quantitating causes of exercise limitation, and related quality of life (165, 166).providing exercise prescription for pulmonary rehabilitation be-fore and after transplantation (138, 139).

  • Linearization of output is usually handled digitallyon the reason(s) for which CPET was requested and equipment within a microprocessor.availability, a treadmill may be an acceptable alternative.

More Definitions of CPET

CPET means the terms and conditions set out in this document; means that part of the Authority identified in Schedule 3 (Contract Data Sheet) to whom the Contractor Deliverables are to be Delivered or on whose behalf they are to be Collected at the address specified in Schedule 3 (Contract Data Sheet) or such other part of the Authority as may be instructed by the Authority by means of a Diversion Order; means the name and address specified in Schedule 3 (Contract Data Sheet) from whom the Contractor Deliverables will be dispatched or Collected; means the Contract including its Schedules and any amendments agreed by the Parties in accordance with condition A2 (Amendments); means the amount set out in Schedule 2 (Schedule of Requirements) to be paid (inclusive of Packaging and exclusive of any applicable VAT) by the Authority to the Contractor, for the full and proper performance by the Contractor of its obligations under the Contract. means the person who, by the Contract, undertakes to supply the Contractor Deliverables, for the Authority as is provided by the Contract. Where the Contractor is an individual or a partnership, the expression shall include the personal representatives of the individual or of the partners, as the case may be, and the expression shall also include any person to whom the benefit of the Contract may be assigned by the Contractor with the consent of the Authority; means the Information listed in the completed Schedule 9 (Contractor’s Commercially Sensitive Information Form), which is Information notified by the Contractor to the Authority, which is acknowledged by the Authority as being commercially sensitive; means the goods and / or the services, including Packaging (and Certificate(s) of Conformity and supplied in accordance with any QA requirements if specified) which the Contractor is required to provide under the Contract in accordance with Schedule 2 (Schedule of Requirements), but excluding incidentals outside Schedule 2 (Schedule of Requirements) such as progress reports; means the power of a person to secure that the affairs of the Contractor are conducted in accordance with the wishes of that person:

Related to CPET

  • AMC means Annual Maintenance Contract

  • CGS means the Connecticut General Statutes.

  • CPE means equipment employed on the premises of a Person other than a Carrier to originate, route or terminate Telecommunications (e.g., a telephone, PBX, modem pool, etc.).

  • BCI means the Bar Council of India;

  • Sternlight means a white light placed as nearly as practicable at the stern showing an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of 135 degrees and so fixed as to show the light 67.5 degrees from right aft on each side of the vessel.

  • IMC means the symbol used to designate instrument meteorological conditions;

  • PSEA means the Employers’ association established for post-secondary colleges and institutes under the Public Sector Employers’ Act.

  • SBS means the New York City Department of Small Business Services.

  • MERC means the Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission.

  • DTI means the Department of Trade and Industry;

  • PCC means the Particular Conditions of Contract;

  • DPI means the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

  • ACPE means the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

  • Insight as used in this clause, means technical visibility into the Program, maintained through audit, surveillance, assessment of trends and metrics, software independent verification and validation, the flight readiness review process, and review or independent assessment of out-of-family anomalies occurring in any phase of the program.

  • CSC means the Civil Service Commission of the City and County of San Francisco.

  • Acquisition Sub shall have the meaning set forth in the Preamble.

  • SHCP means Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, the Borrower’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.

  • SNAP means The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Transaction is a single purchase made up of individual items redeemed using the WIC card. Transaction audit means a review of a vendor’s redemptions to determine if the vendor has overcharged the WIC Program. Unauthorized food means any food items or package sizes not included in the Approved Food Guide or not printed on a WIC benefit. Unauthorized food may be a WIC approved food that is substituted for a different food item that is printed on a WIC benefits list. Vendor means a sole proprietorship, partnership, cooperative association, corporation, or other business entity operating one or more stores authorized by the WIC Program to provide authorized WIC foods to participants under a retail food delivery system. Each store operated by a business entity constitutes a separate vendor and must be authorized separately from other stores operated by the business entity. Each store must have a single, fixed location. A vendor may be a food store, pharmacy or xxxxxx. Vendor authorization means the process by which the WIC Program assesses, selects, and enters into agreements with stores that apply or subsequently reapply to be authorized as vendors. Vendor overcharge means intentionally or unintentionally charging the WIC Program more for authorized WIC foods than is permitted under the vendor agreement. Vendor selection criteria means the criteria established by the WIC Program to select individual vendors for authorization consistent with the requirements in §246.12(g)(3) and (g)(4). Vendor violation means any intentional or unintentional action of a vendor’s current owners, officers, managers, agent, or employees (with or without the knowledge of management) that violates the vendor agreement or Federal or State statutes, regulations, policies, or procedures governing the Program. WIC benefits for fruits and vegetables means a WIC benefit that has a stated dollar value and is the equivalent to the cash value benefits (CVV) in the Federal Regulations that allows the purchase of all allowable fruits and vegetables. WIC Approved Foods means all foods, which are approved by the WIC Program and provided to a WIC participant. Each participant’s approved foods in the specific sizes allowed are listed in the CT Approved Food Guide or printed on a WIC benefit list.

  • Pet means any domesticated animal normally maintained in or near the household of the owner thereof.

  • MTS means the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System, a public agency created pursuant to Public Utilities Code Section 120050 et seq.

  • Constellation means Constellation Brands, Inc., its domestic and foreign parents, predecessors, divisions, subsidiaries, affiliates, partnerships and joint ventures, including but not limited to, Crown, and all directors, officers, employees, agents, and representatives of the foregoing. The terms “parent,” “subsidiary,” “affiliate,” and “joint venture” refer to any person in which there is majority (greater than 50 percent) or total ownership or control between the company and any other person.

  • Operating Company means an “operating company” within the meaning of 29 C.F.R. §2510.3-101(c) of the Plan Asset Regulations.

  • MB means megabyte, which is equal to 1024 kilobytes or 1,048,576 bytes of digital information.

  • ATS means an alternative trading system, as defined in Rule 300(a)(1) of Regulation ATS under the Exchange Act.

  • Operating Companies means, collectively, the Creekside Operating Company, the Mentone Operating Company and the Yucaipa Operating Company. “Operating Company” means any of the Operating Companies.