PRP

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AcronymDefinition
PRPPrion Protein
PRPPlatelet-Rich Plasma
PRPProbability and Random Processes (mathematics; book)
PRPPrime Power (various companies)
PRPPotentially Responsible Party
PRPProject Runway Philippines (TV show)
PRPPolicy Research Programme (UK)
PRPPollution Reduction Plan (various locations)
PRPPartido Republicano Paulista (Portuguese: Paulista Republican Party)
PRPPraja Rajyam Party (India)
PRPPilot Research Project (various organizations)
PRPPleasure Ridge Park (Kentucky)
PRPProject Resource Planning
PRPProjection Reference Point
PRPPublic Relations Project (various organizations)
PRPProposed Regional Plan (New Zealand)
PRPPerformance Related Pay
PRPProduct Replacement Plan (2 year replacement product plan offered at Best Buy stores)
PRPPhi Rho Pi (est. 1929; forensics)
PRPPreferred Risk Policy (flood insurance)
PRPPersonnel Reliability Program
PRPPractice-Ready Papers (Transportation Research Board)
PRPPityriasis Rubra Pilaris (skin disease)
PRPPanretinal Photocoagulation
PRPPrince's Rainforests Project (UK)
PRPPollution Reduction Programme (various locations)
PRPPeoples Redemption Party (Nigeria)
PRPProfessional Registered Parliamentarian
PRPPetroleum Remediation Product (Universal Remediation)
PRPPsychiatric Rehabilitation Program
PRPProline-Rich Polypeptide
PRPPsychological Refractory Period
PRPProtease Resistant Protein
PRPPark Royal Partnership (London, UK)
PRPProduct Realization Process
PRPPublic Relations Personnel (US Navy)
PRPPlayRadioPlay! (band)
PRPPerformance Review Program (various organizations)
PRPPerformance Route Processor (Cisco)
PRPPoverty Reduction Programme
PRPPeople's Reform Party (Philippines)
PRPProduction Requirements Plan (US Navy)
PRPProbable Prime (mathematics; number theory)
PRPProgram Review Panel
PRPProperty Rights Project (various locations)
PRPProblem Resolution Program (IRS)
PRPPeople's Reconciliation Party (Burundi)
PRPPersonal Recovery Plan
PRPPrometheus Radio Project (Philadelphia, PA)
PRPPasir Ris Park (Singapore)
PRPPulmonary Rehabilitation Program
PRPPersonal Restraint Petition (law)
PRPPreliminary Restoration Plan (US Army)
PRPProficiency Registration Program
PRPPublic Radio Partnership (Louisville, KY, public radio station)
PRPProbability Ranking Principle (information retrieval)
PRPPrimary Residential Parent
PRPPennie Rich Publishing (Monte Vista, CO)
PRPPremium Recycled Parts
PRPPermanent Residence Permit
PRPPseudo Random Permutation (computer science; cryptography)
PRPPhosphorus Rich Polymer
PRPPittwater Radiology Partnership (Sydney, Australia)
PRPPreviously Rented Product
PRPPost Reinforcement Pause
PRPProperty Research Partners (UK)
PRPPulse Repetition Period
PRPPersonnel Retrieval and Processing (United States Marine Corps term for Mortuary Affairs)
PRPPublic Relations & Promotion Group (Russian marketing communications agency)
PRPProfit Recovery Partners LLC (California)
PRPPrior Reference Price
PRPPimp Rock Palace (website)
PRPPairwise Relatively Prime
PRPPercent Retail Product
PRPProperty Reallocation Plan
PRPPublic Relations Practitioner
PRPPsychosocial Rehabilitation Program (various locations)
PRPPatrick Roberge Productions, Inc. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
PRPPoly-Ribitol Phosphate
PRPPremium Reinforcement Pulp (paper and pulp industry)
PRPPostgraduate Rotational Programme
PRPPreferred Risk Program (insurance)
PRPPackage Return Program
PRPProgram Requirements Package
PRPProductivity Retention Program
PRPTraining and Procurement Division (US Navy)
PRPProportional Representation Party
PRPPath Restoration Protocol
PRPPerformance, Requirements, Practices
PRPPipelined Resampling Processor
PRPProject Related Procurement
PRPPrejudice Reduction Program
PRPPenicillin Resistant Pneumonia
PRPPortable Radio Program
PRPPolymorphic Region Prediction (biology)
PRPProduction Readiness Plan
PRPPoder Revolucionario Popular (Spanish: Popular Revolutionary Power; Peru)
PRPProgressive Rework Plan
PRPPractice Ripcord Pull
PRPPayment Reduction Program
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Homes outside the high-risk flood zone may qualify for a more affordable preferred risk policy. Check with your broker to see if your home qualifies.
Properties in moderate-to-low risk areas may qualify for lower-cost Preferred Risk Policy rates.
The Greens further allege that Guidry breached a duty owed to the plaintiffs by failing to inform them that they were eligible for a preferred risk policy (PRP) through the NFIP, which could provide them with maximum policy limits for less than their current premium payments.
Consumers who do not qualify for a preferred risk policy can obtain a standard rated policy.
The National Flood Insurance Program offers a lower-cost protection option for residential and non-residential properties called the Preferred Risk Policy. Through this policy, business owners can buy $50,000 of contents coverage per building for $500 a year; and business owners who lease their space can purchase $50,000 of contents coverage for $121 per year.
Properties located in moderate- to low-risk areas may qualify for lower-cost Preferred Risk Policy rates.
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