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AcronymDefinition
CHAPChapter
CHAPChallenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol
CHAPChaplain
CHAPCommunity Health Accreditation Program
CHAPCommon Humanitarian Action Plan
CHAPCommunity Health Aide Program
CHAPChronic Hazard Advisory Panel
CHAPChicago Health and Aging Project
CHAPChannel Processor
CHAPChristian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
CHAPChildhope Asia Philippines
CHAPCadet Harassment and Abuse Prevention (Canada)
CHAPChildren Have A Potential
CHAPCommunity Health Advocacy Program
CHAPCommunity Health Action Project
CHAPCommon Hybrid Agent Platform
CHAPChildren's Hospitalization Alternative Program
CHAPCompton High-Altitude Pulse
CHAPCouncil of Health Agencies of the Philippines
CHAPContractor Held Air Force Property
CHAPChemical Hazard Awareness Program
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said I, what sort of a chap is he --does he always keep such late hours?
You know, old chap," said Joe, looking at me, and not at Mrs.
The old chap," aside, "likes a little humbug, as well as a girl.
But it isna religion as was i' fault there; it was Seth Bede, as was allays a wool-gathering chap, and religion hasna cured him, the more's the pity.
But damn the bit of manners has the fellow, any more than if he was one of them Guineas down in the kitchen there; and so as he was sheering nearer, every stretch he made toward the house, I could do no better than to let your honor know that the chap was in the offing.
The old chap had been advertising in the London papers for Harry Hagberd, and offer- ing rewards for any sort of likely information.
As you well remarked this very morning, 'There are some chaps who are no good for anything but books'; I plead guilty to being such a chap, and will not inflict myself on you.
Dead chap back there wants burying," he said, jerking a thumb over his shoulder.
I'm not a particular chap, wasn't brought up to it - no, nor squeamish either, but this is a bit thicker than anything I've ever knocked up against.
He has been coming over to Europe now and then, and though he was a good, steady chap enough, he liked his fling when he was over here, and between you and me, he was the greatest crank I ever struck.
A chap like Thomson hasn't very much discretion, you see," Ralph Conyers remarked.
There is nothing very complex or stimulating about the passion of war, when men kill one another unseen; where you feel the sting in your heart which comes from God knows where, and you crumple up, with never a chance to have a go at the chap who has potted you from the trenches, or behind a rock, a thousand yards off.