CLAPA

AcronymDefinition
CLAPACleft Lip and Palate Association (London, UK)
CLAPAControl Line Aerobatic Pilots Association (UK)
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"CLAPA Scotland has been an amazing support to my brother and sister-in-law since Hannah was born.
(58) Scientists, artists, environmentalists (including the above mentioned CLAPA and some activists from Spain) and the Residents' Committee of Ferrel took centre stage.
"My dressing up days are behind dressing up days are behind M me, so what better way to close the " door on one era of my life and raise money for Clapa.
Knowing I could sell my clothes and raise money for CLAPA made perfect sense to me.
We will also be collecting money at the practice for CLAPA.
A cleft of the lip and/or palate is the most common facial abnormality, with an incidence of one in 700 live births in the UK (Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA), 2009).
Despite the security of holding land and wealth, displeasing the king could result in outlawry or exile, such as that experienced by Osgod clapa in 1046.
2) Emil Boc, FINete si competenta, (poem simfonic, inchinat Prefecturii din Cluj) la clapa autorul.
The national UK-wide CLAPA survey in 2006 [CLAPA, 2007] reported a majority of UCLP/BCLP combined, however our study confirms the findings of the other above mentioned Scottish studies in finding that the most commonly occurring cleft type in the West of Scotland was CP.
Now let me tell you what else I heard from one of the old folks, my godfather Clapa Teodor...
Rebecca and Ryan enlisted several of their friends to keep quiet between 8am and 12.30pm to raise more than pounds 150 for the Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA).