ORPAOffice of Research and Project Administration (various universities)
ORPAOregon Recreation and Park Association
ORPAOrthophoto Analyst
ORPAOther Route with Public Access (UK)
ORPAOff Road Promoters Association (UK)
ORPAOrganización Revolucionario del Pueblo en Armas (Spanish: Revolutionary Organization of the People in Arms; Guatemala)
ORPAOffice of Research and Policy Analysis (Montana)
ORPAOhio Rifle Pistol Association
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We finally do a comparison of the proposed ORPA, [A.sub.*], Dijkstra, and [VAA.sub.*] algorithms.
Orpa Sari, Riska 1999 Riska, Memories of a Dayak Girlhood.
Onaansienlike Orpa, die middelste en "losweg die onduidelikste" van oom Servaas en tant Gesie se vyf dogters, word geheel en al onkant betrap deur die liefde.
Ads in tourist magazines throughout the 1950s such as the monthly Organizacio'n de Revistas y Publicacio'nes Asociadas (ORPA), Cabaret Magazine, Revista, and publications by Cuban Airlines commonly featured native Cuban women dancing with maracas and native men with sombreros and bongos (for a review of Cuban advertisements go to www.cuban-exile.com).
The San Marcos region, the coffee country of Guatemala's western highlands, was in the territory of the Revolutionary Organization of the People in Arms (ORPA), one of four guerrilla groups that fought a series of mostly military governments.
One of the Old Testament stories that I like best, the story of Naomi, Ruth, and Orpa, is to me a good example of such less than perfect human ways.