CARP

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CARPComprehensive Alcoholism Rehabilitation Program (West Palm Beach, FL)
CARPCopyright Arbitration Royalty Panel (US Copyright Office)
CARPComprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (Philippines)
CARPCommon Address Redundancy Protocol
CARPClub Atletico River Plate (Spanish: River Plate Atheltic Club; Argentina)
CARPCommunity and Regional Planning (various organizations)
CARPControl Panel Add and Remove Programs
CARPCreative Acquisition and Replacement Program
CARPCache Array Routing Protocol
CARPCanadian Association of Retired Persons
CARPCorporate Agribusiness Research Project
CARPClean Annapolis River Project (society)
CARPComputed Air Release Point (airdrop computations)
CARPCollegiate Association for the Research of the Principle
CARPContingency Alternate Route Plan (US DoD)
CARPClub Auto Rétro Passion (French automobile club)
CARPCitizens Against Racism and Prejudice (Nebraska)
CARPCentral Arkansas Recreational Pedalers
CARPCool and Radically Popular
CARPContract Award Review Panel
CARPCampaign for Real Pedantry
CARPCommittee on Acoustic-Emission from Reinforced Plastics
CARPCalifornia Association of Rehabilitation Professionals
CARPCities Anti-Racism Project
CARPCourse Approval and Review Process (various organizations)
CARPCommunications and Radar Processor
CARPCommon Accounting Report Package
CARPChemical Agent Resistant Point
CARPComponent-Averaged Row Projections (numerical technique for solving large sparse systems of linear equations)
CARPCall Accounting Reconclliation Process
CARPCorrective Action Review Process
CARPContinuity and Recovery Plan
References in periodicals archive ?
Copyright Office convened a Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel (CARP) to arbitrate and resolve final issues between the RIAA and DiMA regarding terms, but had no preexisting internet radio market standard on which to base the rates.
The law did not set a rate until early last year, when a three-member Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel suggested a system of royalty payments that brought the Webcast industry to its knees.
The American Federation of Musicians (AFM) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) hail the Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel (CARP) decision setting the payment terms that will govern webcasters when they use music on radio-style Internet programs.