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a.pn | Buy this domain for $1,000,000 | Rent for $50,000 / year


APN - Access Point Name
APN - Appareil Photo Numérique (France)
APN - Advanced Practice Nurse
APN - Assessor's Parcel Number (real estate & surveying)
APN - Americans for Peace Now
APN - Asia-Pacific Network
APN - Assemblée des Premières Nations (Assembly of First Nations; Canada)
APN - Autorité Portuaire Nationale (French: National Port Authority; Haiti)
APN - Administración de Parques Nacionales (National Parks Administration, Argentina)
APN - Asamblea Popular Nacional (China)
APN - Adaptive Private Networking
APN - Arab Press Network (France)
APN - Amis du Patrimoine Napoléonien (French: Friends of Napoleonic Heritage)
APN - Associate Professor of Nursing
APN - Acute Pyelonephritis
APN - Academic Position Network (online job recruitment)
APN - Aircraft Procurement, Navy
APN - Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner
APN - Almost Perfect Nonlinear
APN - Archives of Psychiatric Nursing
APN - Alliance for Psychosocial Nursing
APN - African Parks Network (est. 2000)
APN - Alpena, MI, USA - Alpena Regional Airport (Airport Code)
APN - Agent Premium Newsgroups
APN - Augmented Proportional Navigation
APN - Administration du Pipe-Line du Nord (Northern Pipeline Agency - Canada)
APN - Army Part Number
APN - Asanble Popilè Nasyonal (National Popular Assembly, Haiti)
APN - Advance Purchasing Notice
APN - Association pour la Protection de la Nature
APN - Aviation Procurement Navy
APN - Action Point Number
APN - Amicale des Pêcheurs Niçois (French professional fishermen group)
APN - Australian Part Number (barcoded number)
APN - Asia-Pacific Network for Research in Global Change
APN - Agentstwo Petschati Nowosti (Russian news agency)
APN - Asian Professional Networking
APN - Associated Pharmacy Network
APN - Assemblee Populaire Nationale (French: National Popular Assembly; various locations)
APN - American Preppers Network (survival)
APN - Aktien plus Neuemission (German: Shares plus New Issue)
APN - All-Pass Network (microwave theory)
APN - Access Purchasing Network
APN - Acquired Pendular Nystagmus (eyes)
APN - Athens Photo News (Greece)

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