A.P.P.

APP

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APP peut faire référenece à :

  1. Africa Panel Progress, un comité, né après la réunion des pays du G8 de Gleneagles, ayant pour vocation de surveiller les attributions d'allocations ;
  2. Agence pour la Protection des Programmes ;
  3. Algerian Process & Piping, une entreprise algérienne ;
  4. Amyloid Precursor Protein ;
  5. Analyse des Pratiques Professionnelles ;
  6. Apprentissage par problèmes, en apprentissage ;
  7. Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate (Partenariat Asie-Pacifique sur le développement propre et le climat) ;
  8. Ateliers de pédagogie personnalisée, selon la liste des sigles relatifs à la formation continue en France ;
  9. Atom Publishing Protocol, un protocole de gestion de ressources Web,


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