RUPP


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RUPPRoyal University of Phnom Penh (est. 1960; Cambodia)
RUPPRoad Used As A Public Path (UK)
RUPPRural-Urban Partnership Programme (Nepal)
RUPPResearch Unit in Pediatric Psychopharmacology
RUPPRational Unified Partner Program (IBM Corp.)
RUPPRational Unified Process Product (software development process)
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The marathon is a real special event," said Rupp, who also became the first American to win Olympic medals in the marathon and 10,000.
In an audio interview, Rupp shares stories about her mother.
A member of the Servite community and a renowned speaker, retreat leader, and spiritual director, Joyce Rupp says she is first an Iowa farmer's daughter.
Officers from the public protection unit raided his home, on Wright Street, Southport, a month later and took his computers away for analysis and Rupp was suspended.
Rupp will lead environmental planning projects and further the consistent delivery of high quality products and services to move projects forward to successful completion.
Rupp, 68, told Wexford District Court on Monday evening he had been in his garden that afternoon when he spotted a large palm leaf that had been neatly folded.
The new company is based in Hoerbranz, Austria, and is called Schreiber & Rupp GmbH.
The results of this study support the use of the RUPP model as an authentic representation of intrauterine fetal growth restriction and preeclampsia.
Rupp was joined by Nicole Gurr on her club team, and both should make significant impacts for the Spirits.
Stephen Rupp attempts to establish and examine Calderon's stance, as revealed through his political theatre, in the lively debate about the role and status of the monarch in seventeenth-century Spain.
Calderon may have learned this method at the Jesuit Imperial School he attended, and Rupp obliges by pairing up comedia and auto in chapters 2 and 3.
Rupp Technology Corporation has introduced FastLynx Lite for DOS, a streamlined DOS-oriented file transfer program that provides rapid file and data movement between connected personal or portable computers in either serial or parallel transfer modes.