RAPM


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AcronymDefinition
RAPMRegional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (journal)
RAPMRisk Adjusted Performance Measure (financial modeling)
RAPMRussian Association of Proletarian Musicians (est. 1925)
RAPMReliance on Accounting Performance Measures (accounting)
RAPMRaven Advanced Progressive Matrices
RAPMRegina Anti-Poverty Ministry (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
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Steve Gruber and Brent Burnett, who had led the RAPM team as founder and managing director, respectively, have joined Hamilton Lane's real assets investment committee and will now manage the combined real assets investment team from Portland, providing global coverage of the asset class.
Excetuem-se a obra devida aos talentos e a pertinacia de Xavier da Veiga e aquela criada pelo espirito radioso e beneditino de Diogo de Vasconcellos, e nao se deparara ao estudioso desses assuntos senao a leve narrativa de episodios esparsos ou monografias que, embora meritorias, valem apenas como ligeiros lineamentos para as grandes generalizacoes que o historiador do futuro tera de lancar (RAPM 1927, p.
Table 2 shows fluid intelligence scores (RAPM) and number of years in education since reaching age 16.
When risk-adjusted performance measurement (RAPM) is implemented, the same process occurs, with the difference that risks also have to be allocated.
This is the case with the census of 1776 which was published in the Revista do Arquivo Publico Mineiro (hereafter RAPM) in 1899.(9) This census lists the population of the capitania's four administrative districts or comarcas: Vila Rica, Rio das Mortes, Sabara, and Serro Frio.
Fairclough surveys dozens of private, party and governmental organizations, mostly referred to by acronyms (Narkompros, Glaviskusstvo, Glavrepertkom, Prokoll, Proletkul't, ASM, LEF, Agitprop, RAPM, ORKiMD, etc.).
Combative critics in Literaturnaia gazeta--veterans of the dissolved Russian Association of Proletarian Writers (RAPP) and Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians (RAPM), who had long had it in for Soviet proponents of jazz--accused Aleksandrov and Dunaevskii of simply plagiarizing a song from the American film Viva Villa!
Like many of his counterparts, Kozin's romances encountered resistance from the Russian Association of Proletarian Musicians (RAPM) in the late 1920s, but ultimately the appeal of his music (and the fact that he was known to give private concerts for Stalin) granted him special status.