Jan immediately contacted Twycross Zoo in the Midlands and the International Primate Protection League for advice.
What does IPPL stand for?
IPPL stands for International Primate Protection League
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 8 other meanings of IPPL in our Acronym Attic
- Israel Public Policy Institute (various locations)
- ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) Practitioner Plan and Improve (exam)
- International Plasma Products Industry Association
- International Paint and Printing Ink Council
- Immediate Postplacental Insertion and Fixation
- Institutions Publiques de Protection de la Jeunesse (Belgium)
- India Polyroads Private Limited (Delhi, India)
- IndianOil Petronas Private Ltd. (India)
- Industrial Preparedness Planning List
- Intel Performance Primitives Library
- Intellectual Property Protection and Leveraging Analysis (legal review process)
- International Program for Professional Labour Administration (Canada)
- Indian Prairie Public Library District (Willowbrook, IL)
- Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion (Warsaw, Poland)
- Individualized Program Planning Model
- Industrial Preparedness Planning Measures
- Industryprint Process Modeler (Deloitte)
- Innovation Project Portfolio Management (various companies)
- Insect Pest Prevention and Management (Oregon)
- Institute of Payroll and Pensions Management
Samples in periodicals archive:
Helen Thirlway, of the International Primate Protection League in the UK, said: "It's clear the government of Gibraltar is still not managing the population in a responsible manner, despite the fact they undoubtedly boost the nation's economy.
Shirley McGreal, chairwoman of the International Primate Protection League (IPPL), describes these animals as "absolute viral hotbeds, little ticking time bombs.
Shirley McGreal, chairwoman of the International Primate Protection League, wrote a letter of protest to the editor of the Journal of Medical Primatology, a specialist publication with a circulation of 300.
Jenny, a student nurse, and Robert, a teacher, also sponsor a child through World Vision and recently adopted a chimpanzee on behalf of his year six pupils through the International Primate Protection League (IPPL).
The couple also sponsor a child through World Vision and Robert has recently adopted a chimpanzee on behalf of his year-six pupils through the International Primate Protection League (IPPL).