HAPIP

AcronymDefinition
HAPIPHuntingtin Associated Protein Interacting Protein
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Hapip Hapip, a 23-year-old factory worker from Middlesbrough: It would be good if Andy Murray won.
das dajacksche hantuen' and Jay (1993: 157) explains that: "Ngaju vampires or hantuen, also kuyang (Banjarese) are described as "humans who are not human" because they feed on the blood of the newly deceased, the newly bom, or of pregnant women." In Ma'anyan the terms hantuen and kuyang are used as synonyms for the associated phenomenon of "flying heads." The Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (1991) glosses kuyang as "ghost of a woman, who according to the inhabitants of East Kalimantan, can let their head and intestines fly and feeds on the blood of pregnant women or those that have given birth to a baby." And finally, Hapip glosses kuyang in his Banjar Dictionary (2008) as 'kuntilanak', i.e.