RIPPLE


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RIPPLEResearch Institute for Professional Practice, Learning and Education (Australia)
RIPPLERiver Ilen Planning Project Liaison Executive (Ireland)
RIPPLEResidual Initiated Polynomial-time Piecewise Linear Estimation
RIPPLERadioisotope Powered Prolonged Life Equipment
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"Wait, ah, wait!" the ripple saith; "Maiden, wait, for I am Death!"
Far away the ripple sped, Ripple--ripple--running red!
The skaters and water-bugs finally disappear in the latter part of October, when the severe frosts have come; and then and in November, usually, in a calm day, there is absolutely nothing to ripple the surface.
She had passed the mouth of the Ripple, then; now , she must use all her skill and power to manage the boat and get it if possible out of the current.
Those heavy fragments hurrying down the Ripple,--what had they meant?
"No," said Tom, stepping into the boat; "I fear the man is drowned; he was carried down the Ripple, I think, when part of the Mill fell with the crash of trees and stones against it; I've shouted again and again, and there has been no answer.
He felt the ripples upon his face and heard their separate sounds as they struck.
The sound of a clear, high voice in a monotonous singsong now rang out behind him and came across the water with a distinctness that pierced and subdued all other sounds, even the beating of the ripples in his ears.
Vanni's harp came in silvery ripples through the blackness of the dusty-smelling night; then the violins fell in--one of them was almost like a flute.
Ripple is extending consolidation in a wide range between $0.28 and $0.34.
(https://ripple.com/) Ripple described XRP as a form of bridge currency.
India-based Federal Bank has said that it has joined the Ripple network.