In March, the shock rocker offered fans the chance to play a round of golf with him in return for an [euro]7,000 donation towards a new comic book project.
What does CBP stand for?
CBP stands for Comic Book Project (Columbia Univeristy; New York)
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We have 343 other meanings of CBP in our Acronym Attic
- Cognitive Behavioral Program (psychotherapy)
- Coimbra Portugal (airport code)
- Cold-Ball Pull (solder materials testing of Ball Grid Arrays electronic packages)
- Coldwell Banker Preferred (various locations)
- Colin Buchanan and Partners (UK)
- Collaborative Business Process (conference)
- College Basketball Partnership
- College Bescherming Persoonsgegevens (Dutch DPA)
- Colorblindness, Partial, Protan Series
- Combustion By-Product
- Commercial Building Products
- Commercial Business Park (various locations)
- Commodity Business Plan
- Common Basic Principle (EU)
- Common Battlefield Picture
- Common Battlespace Picture
- Common Buffer Pool
- Common Business Process
- Community Based Partnership (various organizations)
- Community Based Practice (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When comics meet Kryptonite: Classroom lessons from the Comic Book Project.
He's interested in pursuing a screenwriting role and has several comic book projects.
NEWS FACT: In 2001, Teachers College at Columbia University founded the Comic Book Project.
Undeniably, a pessimistic mood hovers over this exhibition, crystallizing in the apocalyptic comic book project Exit/Dark Matter (1998-1999).
The Hatton comic book project began with a series of discussion sessions involving various groups.
9-11: Emergency Relief" is a comic book project to benefit the American Red Cross featuring some of the comic world's leading talents.
In the latest example of a budget felling a comic book project, Universal Pictures has halted Hulk, its big-screen adaptation of the Marvel Comics series.