ARAP


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AcronymDefinition
ARAPApple Remote Access Protocol
ARAPAbbreviated Resettlement Action Plan (various locations)
ARAPAlliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy (est. 1980)
ARAPAppleTalk Remote Access Protocol
ARAPAssigned Risk Adjustment Program (workers compensation premium surcharge)
ARAPArmy Readiness Assessment Program
ARAPAquatic Resources Alteration Permit
ARAPAccounts Receivable, Accounts Payable
ARAPArmy Remedial Action Plan
ARAPAccelerated Rainfed Agricultural Program (Botswana)
ARAPAccelerated Rainfed Arable Program (Botswana)
ARAPAll Relevant and Affected Parties
ARAPAeronautical Research Associations - Princeton
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"When he reached the venue, the colonel killed the elders, then, at 11am he shot Koitalel dead," says Mt Francis Tallam, the curator at the Koitalel arap Samoei Museum, now under the National Museums of Kenya.
Giris kisminda kisaca "Arap Bahari" irdelenirken batinin bolgeye tekduze bakis acilari, bolgedeki devlet yapilarini ve sosyo-kulturel kimlikleri incelemeksizin yaptigi analizlerin, Arap halki uzerinde dogurdugu ofkeye deginilmistir.
Supported by the International Development Association (IDA), the World Bank Group's fund for the poorest countries, and Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF), ARAP is a follow-on project of the National Rural Access Program (NRAP).
Arap, Pasqualini and colleagues are preparing for a clinical trial in which obese prostate cancer patients would receive daily injections of Adipotide for 28 consecutive days.
Abducted and forced to become one of Uganda's most infamous child soldiers, Arap was left deeply disturbed by his actions and because of his reputation he was shunned by his community when he returned home.
The ARAP is a 63-question assessment that captures a unit's posture on command and control, standards of performance, accountability, and risk management.
Arap, 48, a member of Kasparov's group in the northern port city of Murmansk, was bundled into an ambulance by police on July 5, her daughter Taisiya said.
an effective, aggressively undiplomatic critic of the country's ruler, Daniel arap Moi." Bernstein reported that Hempstone "was credited with helping usher multiparty elections into an African country that, although a U.S.
Concerned that typical angiogenesis inhibitors might disrupt needed blood supplies elsewhere in the body, Wadih Arap of the University of Texas M.D.
The pledges--from the European Union, African Development Bank, the US and Britain--came after the International Monetary Fund opened $273m in credit for the next three years, resuming lending that was cut off in 2000 because of graft concerns under the government of former President Daniel arap Moi.