KAAPKobe Aluminum Automotive Products (Kobe Steel, Ltd.)
KAAPKansas Association of Addiction Professionals (Topeka, KS)
KAAPKansas Army Ammunition Plant
KAAPKentucky Alternate Assessment Program (est. 1990; Kentucky Department of Education)
KAAPKellogg Advanced Ammonia Process (chemical industry)
KAAPKorea Association for Animal Protection (South Korea)
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The most popular improved rice varieties grown are Paro No11, Yusirey kaap and Yusirey maap.
KAAP members also urged the government to ban the dog meat trade, saying "it would be more helpful to improve the country's global image than hosting the Olympics."
Marathon Sugar sponsored N$1000 each to fifteen Kaap Agri retailers, for a total of N$15,000 to their customers.
Laagportugees, en invloede van Laagportugees, van die slawebevolking aan die Kaap (Raidt 1994:140) is die ander bron (Franken 1953:73-74; Ponelis 1993:271; Raidt 1976:195).
The report stated that thirty-four-year-old Anuj Sharma, chief instructor at Delhi-based Invictus Survival Sciences, who conducted "the first round" of a preliminary, four-hour training in self-defence for 30 employees at Maruti's Gurgaon plant, said, "Our methods are a mix of (martial art forms) krav maga, kaap, systema, defendo, ground fighting and grappling techniques."
In 2003, Kobe Steel, Mitsui and Toyota Tsusho established Kobe Aluminum Automotive Products, LLC (or KAAP) in Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA, as a production base for the North American auto market.
To maximize production efficiency for customers including Nissan, GM, and Honda, Kobe Aluminum Automotive Products (KAAP) invested $80-million in its Bowling Green, KY, facility.
"Ook aan die Kaap geskrywe" (33) [Also written at the Cape] alludes to the title of a collection of poems by the Afrikaans poet Wilma Stockenstrom, Aan die Kaap geskrywe [Written at the Cape], especially the poem that depicts Cape Town as an old woman.
In UNCONFESSED (Other Press, $23.95), first-time novelist Yvette Christianse tells the story of Sila van den Kaap, a South African slave who was sentenced to death in on April 30, 1823, following the chilling murder of her son.
Aspekte van die Regsposisie van die Slawe aan die Kaap. LLM Dissertation.