Definitions for "CPG"
EPA's guidance to the federal government's "buy recycled" program. EPA developed lists of available recycled-content products and vendors and recommended recycled-content percentages.
Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines. the mechanism through which EPA designates items as containing recycled content, for purchase by Federal, State and local agencies or by government contractors using appropriated Federal funds.
COMPREHENSIVE PROCUREMENT GUIDELINES. Designates items that must contain recycled content when purchased by federal, state, and local agencies, or by contractors using appropriated federal funds, when these agencies spend more than $10,000 a year on any of the designated items. For example, if a state agency spends more than $10,000 a year on copy paper, and part of that money is from appropriated federal funds, then that state agency must follow the EPS guidelines and buy 30 percent post-consumer recycled paper. (Section 6002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act [RCRA] and Presidential Executive Order 13101.)
Keywords:  gunner, copilot, pilot
Co-Pilot Gunner
DNA oligodeoxynucleotide sequences that include a cytosine–guanosine sequence and certain flanking nucleotides, which have been found to induce innate immune responses through interaction with the Toll-like receptor 9.
Pieces of the DNA genome present in both mammals and bacteria, although bacteria have about 20 times more CpG motifs compared to mammals. CpGs in bacteria differ slightly in composition from CpGs in humans. CpG motifs stimulate the innate immune response, and directly activate B cells, natural killer cells and macrophages, leading into a TH1-type of immunity.
Central Pattern Generator. A network of spinal neurons that, when stimulated by neurotransmitters, cause the muscles of the legs to move in rhythmic stepping motions.
central pattern generators. neural circuits that produce self-sustaining patterns of behavior independent of their sensory input. Researchers have found evidence of a locomotor CPG in the spinal cord that synchronizes muscle activity during alternating stepping of the legs and feet.
Civil Preparedness Guide
Chairman's Planning Guide.
Community Planning Group
Conference Preparatory Group of CEPT
Keywords:  superh, clock, peripheral, pulse, core
Clock Pulse Generator (Peripheral in P100 Core Support Peripheral Set) SuperH
Keywords:  gallon, cents, per
Cents Per Gallon
Consumer Products Group
Consumer Packaged Goods
Consumer Products Goods
A term used to refer to companies that produce products for the grocery market.
Keywords:  progress, message, call
Call Progress Message