GRP

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GRPGroup
GRPGroup (file name extension)
GRPGlass Reinforced Plastic
GRPGlass Reinforced Polyester (composite laminate)
GRPGlobal Retail Partners (Los Angeles, CA)
GRPGenetic Resources Program (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center)
GRPGrant Review Panel (National Health and Medical Research Committee; Australia)
GRPGlobal Research Partnership
GRPGastrin-Releasing Peptide (biology)
GRPGross Rating Point (advertising)
GRPGlobal Remuneration Professional (WorldatWork certification program)
GRPGender Recognition Panel (UK)
GRPGross Rating Point (marketing, television audience)
GRPGigabit Router Processor
GRPGovernment Railway Police (India)
GRPGroup File
GRPGateway Response Protocol
GRPGeneral Reporting Protocol
GRPGross Regional Product
GRPGeneral Reporting Protocol (Climate Registry)
GRPGang Reduction Program (various locations)
GRPGrassland Reserve Program (USDA)
GRPGamma Ray Projector
GRPGraduate Research Program (various organizations)
GRPGlucose-Regulated Protein
GRPGreen Roof Professional
GRPGreen River Preserve (North Carolina)
GRPGrand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, Michigan)
GRPGinaf Rally Power (Dutch racing team)
GRPGlobal Research Project (various organizations)
GRPGateway Routing Protocol
GRPGeneration Research Program (Germany)
GRPGuidance Replacement Program (Minuteman III)
GRPGentoo Reference Platform
GRPGreen-Rainbow Party (Massachusetts)
GRPGigabit Route Processor
GRPGraduate Registered Physician (Arkansas)
GRPGewex Radiation Panel
GRPGutsy Release Party (Ubuntu)
GRPGlobal Response Pistol (Nighthawk Custom Pistol)
GRPGlobal Resources Program (Association of American Universities and Association of Research Libraries)
GRPGroup Requirements Planning
GRPGood Review Practice (US FDA)
GRPGuild Realm Points (gaming)
GRPGround Rock Phosphate
GRPGross Rent Potential
GRPGround Reference Point
GRPGeophysical Research Program
GRPGlobal Relationship Partner (Qwest)
GRPGuatemala Racing Products
GRPGrant Reporting Portal (US FEMA)
GRPGroited Rubble Paving (construction)
GRPOzark Air Lines, Great Plains Airlines (ICAO code)
GRPGrid Reference Point
GRPGlobal Reference Price
GRPGroundwater Resource Protection
GRPGreatest Response Probability
GRPGuidance Reference Point
GRPGuaranteed Royalty Payment
GRPGuaranteed Renewable Policy(holder) (insurance)
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It is of note that in the history of the Green-Rainbow Party there has not been a single uncontested presidential primary.
Peace movement and Occupy groups took it to the suburbs and small towns, with peace and Green-Rainbow party activists working in Western Mass.
WORCESTER -- At their state convention at the First Unitarian Church Saturday, Green-Rainbow Party leaders expressed hope that national discontent with the major parties could lead to their long-sought breakthrough.
WORCESTER -- As she looked out at the 50 or so people gathered at the First Unitarian Church on Main Street Saturday, Green-Rainbow Party leader and former presidential nominee Dr.
Political experience: Several campaigns; elected town meeting member; issue activist; former state co-chair and treasurer and current state committee member of Green-Rainbow Party.
Political experience: Lifetime activist; member of Acton Commission on Disabilities, 2010-present; elected member of Green-Rainbow Party State Committee, 2012-present
Merelice of the Green-Rainbow Party, a Harvard graduate and long-serving Brookline Town Meeting representative, can truly stand up to the two big political machines on Beacon Hill.
Only two ballots were cast for the Green-Rainbow party in West Boylston.
Even with the amount of flaming vitriol spewing from the financial coffers of Super PACs, it is difficult to get excited about Republicans, Democrats or even, and I say this with a smile on my face, the Green-Rainbow Party.
Only 12 votes were cast for Green-Rainbow Party candidates among all five towns, all going to Massachusetts resident Jill Stein.
But those who are independent or unenrolled are permitted to choose a Democratic, Republican or Green-Rainbow party ballot, and may revert to their independent status after they cast that ballot.
Voters head to the polls next Tuesday, March 6, to help decide which Republican and which Green-Rainbow Party candidates will face off against President Barack Obama in November.