PAPI


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PAPIPrecision Approach Path Indicator
PAPIPerformance Analysis Programmable Interface
PAPIPc Voice Api
PAPIPoint of Access to Providers of Information
PAPIProtocol Api
PAPIProvider Api
PAPIProduction Api
PAPIPerformance Api
PAPIPublic And Private Information
PAPIPhonetics and Phonology in Iberia (International Conference)
PAPIPolymethylene Polyphenyl Isocyanate
PAPIPerception and Preference Inventory (psychology)
PAPIPersonal And Performance Information
PAPIPaper and Pencil Instrument
PAPIPrecise Automatic Photogrammetric Intervalometer
PAPIPC Voice Application Programming Interface
PAPIProvisioning Application Programming Interface (UP.link)
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This PAPI is less than 1000 feet beyond the landing threshold due to the displacement, but the glideslope still meets the runway at the PAPI.
"Captain Papi said he has gone off to have a shower and then he was going off to find Regina."
Je m'appelle Robert Jose de Leon Sanchez et on m'appelle Papi Sanchez.
At the end, firefighters managed to catch naughty Papi with the help of long fire ladder.
She and her Italian husband, Enzo Papi, operate a winery in Tuscany with their products bottled under the name Pakravan-Papi.
According to media reports Assistant Director IMF Laura Papi told reporters that the move alone would not be enough to help New Delhi get back on high economic growth track.
Laura Papi, Assistant Director, IMF, told reporters "definitely it is a positive move," but note that the move alone will not be enough to help India regain high-growth rate.
EVERYONE'S favourite talking Chihuahuas, Papi and Chloe, are back and joined by their five playful pups in the family comedy, Disney's Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3.
They all called him Papi now, forgetting the intended insult, forgetting even his real name.
We used the Prosthesis Alignment Perception Instrument (PAPI) to measure subjects' perception of alignment.