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HARPHealth Administration Responsibility Project
HARPHigh Altitude Research Project (NASA study of the upper atmosphere by instruments shot from a cannon)
HARPHome Affordability Refinance Program
HARPHarappa Archaeological Research Project (Pakistan)
HARPHybrid Automated Reliability Predictor
HARPHypoprebetalipoproteinemia, Acanthocytosis, Retinitis Pigmentosa, and Pallidal Degeneration
HARPHigh Altitude Release Point
HARPHybrid Ad-Hoc Routing Protocol
HARPHealth Activities Recommendation Panel
HARPHealth and Air Research Program
HARPHarmonic Phase Imaging (radiology)
HARPHigh-gain Avalanche Rushing Photoconductor (TIA - TV camera device)
HARPHigh Altitude Reconnaissance Platform
HARPHistoric Aircraft Restoration Projects (Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, NY)
HARPHistorical Area Rejuvenation Project
HARPHackers Against Racist Parties
HARPHarrier Action Review Panel
HARPHyperbolic Retarding Potential Analyzer
HARPHubble Aberration Recovery Program
HARPHigh School Association for the Research of Principle
HARPHumanistic American Religious Party (right-wing non-denominational religious party)
HARPHazard Assessment of Rocket Propellants
HARPHoliday Accident Reduction Program (US Marine Corps)
HARPHelicopter Advance Readiness Program
HARPHometown Assistance Recruiting Program (US Navy)
HARPHornby Area Ratepayers (Canada)
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The contrast between what I saw and heard now, and what I had seen and heard only a few minutes since, was so extraordinary and so startling that I almost doubted whether the veiled figure with the harp, and the dance of cats, were not the fantastic creations of a dream.
It was Robin Hood, who had borrowed Allan's be-ribboned harp for the time.
quoth the Bishop, "and what do you here at the church-door with you harp and saucy air?
And so saying, he reached the harp, and entertained his guest with the following characteristic song, to a sort of derry-down chorus, appropriate to an old English ditty.
Bertram, if you write to your brother, I entreat you to tell him that my harp is come: he heard so much of my misery about it.
Edmund reverted to the harp, and was again very happy in the prospect of hearing her play.
He slept with his arms around his harp, as a child sleeps hugging its last new toy.
He left the pass-word unspoken; he went his way on his errand; he was followed on suspicion; and he was discovered to be only "a respectable person," charged with a message by the landlord of the Harp of Scotland Inn!
Toward evening, on the day after she reached Perth, the news came to Anne that Bishopriggs was in service at the inn known as the Harp of Scotland.
Pickwick, who was only brought to, by the fiddles and harp desisting, and could have been stopped by no other earthly power, if the house had been on fire.
However, there was no time to think more about the matter, for the fiddles and harp began in real earnest.
Let a hundred harps be near to gladden the king of Lochlin.