She won a poetry contest at the Queens Borough Public Library in 2007.
What does QBPL stand for?
QBPL stands for Queens Borough Public Library (New York)
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- Queen's Bishop Pawn (chess)
- Queens Borough President (New York)
- Quality Based Performance Analysis (management tool that measures medical procedure outcomes)
- Quality Bus Partnership Agreement (UK)
- Quahog Beautiful People's Club (Family Guy)
- Quality Brands Protection Committee
- Queens Borough Planning Committee
- Quebec Back Pain Disability Questionnaire
- Quebec Back Pain Disability Scale
- Quiz Bowl Practice Notes
- Qwest Business Partner Program
- Question Behind the Question
- Quality Billing Report
- Quarterback Rating (football)
- Quarterly Business Review
- Queen's Baton Relay (UK)
- Quei Bravi Ragazzi Café (Italian: Goodfellas Café; Brescia, Italy)
- Question-Based Review (US FDA)
- Quick Business Research Institute Corp. (Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
DelShah Capital announced that the Queens Borough Public Library has bought the seven street-level commercial spaces, totaling over 10,000 s/f, at 3132 Union Street in Queens for $3.
Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum holds a community forum on education at the Queens Borough Public Library in Jamaica.
Details: Community Relations Department at (810) 446-CITY Library Recruits Summer Readers The Queens Borough Public Library and the New York Mets are inviting children to join the summer reading clubs at all 63 library branch locations.
QUEENS Borough Public Library has bought the seven street-level commercial spaces at 31-32 Union Street in Queens for $3.
com, Simon & Schuster, North Carolina State University Libraries, Follett, Mind Like Water, Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenberg County, University of Chicago Press, California Digital Library, Queens Borough Public Library among others.
The Queens Borough Public Library launched the Ni Hao campaign to meet the community's growing demand for Chinese materials.
The Queens Borough Public Library sees its mission on a grand scale.