00 Hardcover The Jaffa cultural heritage project series; v.
What does CHP stand for?
CHP stands for Cultural Heritage Project (various locations)
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- Cooling, Heating & Power (various locations)
- County Health Programs (Milwaukee, WI)
- Course Heading Panel
- Cry Havoc Productions (Venice, California)
- Cumhuriyet Halk Partisi (Turkish: Republican People's Party)
- Curtis Hixon Park (Tampa, FL)
- Ferrocarril Chihuahua Al Pacifico, S.A. (Mexican railroad)
- Cellulose Hydrolysis Process and Reactor System
- Children's Health Plan Plus
- California Hispanic Publishers Association
- Canada Health Protection Act
- Canadian Hardwood Plywood Association
- Canadian Homeopathic Pharmaceutical Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Their move comes ahead of the Khan's restoration, which is part of the city's cultural heritage project funded by the World Bank in collaboration with the city's municipality.
Andie pointed out that US Consul General William Martin was keen to take up cultural heritage projects undertake this fund which is meant for heritage preservation in Sindh and Balochistan which is his area of operation.
The research had its origins in 1993 as part of an interdisciplinary project entitled the Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, which was initiated by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at The University of Queensland; however, Coastal Themes is substantially Sean Ulm's independent doctoral research (completed in 2004), which focuses on the coast.
Other pressures forced him not to seek re-election in 2003, but the Society continued to host meetings of the committee responsible for the Chinese-Australian Cultural Heritage projects and Henry was a well-known and respected figure at 133 Macquarie Street.
Allowing cultural heritage projects access to these investment programs would acknowledge the close parallels between natural and cultural capital and could be readily accommodated without compromising the Trust's environmental activities.