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IMP

A currency code for the Isle of Man pound. It is pegged to the British pound at a one-to-one ratio; the two currencies circulate alongside each other. This code is not recognized by the ISO.
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IMP A&D bills itself as one of the RCAF's (Royal Canadian Air Force) largest military aircraft In Service Support providers, supporting a number of fleets.
The Rootes factory that made the Hillman Imp was sited on what is now the company's showroom.
GOLDEN AGE OF MOTORING: It is 50 years since the launch of the Hillman Imp
The program's integrated master schedule can be formed easily by loading tasks into the IMP and digging deeper into the task level to determine sub-tasks and work packages.
IMP has also established a range of brand names, such as "Valsystem" automotive nonwoven fabrics, "Valfort" geotextiles, "Vellotex" filter media, "Valcomfort" wadding and felts for mattresses, quilts and furniture and "Valtherm" calendered, resin bonded and needlepunched waddings for clothing.
From its ISO 9001 qualified wafer fabrication plant in San Jose, IMP supplies standard-setting, power-management integrated circuit products and wafer foundry services to computer, communications and control manufacturers world-wide.
He wanted the Phoenix Hillman Imp to take part in the parade of Imps that would be central to the occasion.
net)'s Sender Score Reputation Monitor and Sender Score Certified are available for Bizanga's current and future customers as fully integrated modules for the Bizanga IMP Base Platform starting with version 3.
Based on a Hillman Imp 860E and powered by a 875cc engine, Mike's Imp is blue-and-white Panda style with a bonnet-mounted siren, roof-mounted hazard indicators and a Marshall roof beacon rally spotlight.
The Imp was built at the former Hillman plant at Linwood, Renfrewshire, and is one of only three types of car to have ever been made in Scotland.
An IMP enables propulsion for marine vehicles without any mechanical shaft couplings to a power generation source.