RPL

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AcronymDefinition
RPLRecognition of Prior Learning (education)
RPLReplaced By
RPLRecurrent Pregnancy Loss (reproductive medicine)
RPLRouting Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks (Internet Engineering Task Force)
RPLRemote Program Load
RPLRolm Processing Language
RPLRemote Program Link
RPLRouting Policy Language
RPLReplace
RPLReplication
RPLReliance Power Ltd. (India)
RPLRichmond Public Library
RPLRassemblement pour le Liban (French: Rally for Lebanon)
RPLRevenue per Lawyer (financial statistic)
RPLRadio-Photoluminescence
RPLReemployment Priority List
RPLReliance Petroleum Limited (India)
RPLRegina Public Library
RPLRecycled Plastic Lumber
RPLRequested Privilege Level
RPLRoute Position List (cables)
RPLRehabilitation, Psychiatric, and Long-Term Care (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
RPLRepetitive Flight Plan
RPLRowlett Public Library (Texas)
RPLResident Programming Language
RPLRed Patent Leather
RPLRadio Peltre Loisirs (French radio station)
RPLRestricted Parties List (screening)
RPLRural Press Limited (Australia)
RPLRequest Parameter List
RPLRacine Public Library (Racine, WI)
RPLRobot de Ponction Léger (French: Light Puncture Robot; magnetic resonance imaging)
RPLRocket Propulsion Laboratory
RPLRegistered Public-Safety Leader (Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials)
RPLRated Power Level
RPLRoute Policy Language
RPLRepair Parts List
RPLRare Plants
RPLReverse Polish Logic
RPLRegistered Professional Landman
RPLRepair Party Leader
RPLRelocatable Program Library (IBM CICS transaction server)
RPLRodent and Primate Laboratory
RPLReliance Petroleum Ltd., India
RPLRedistribute Purchase Liens
RPLRegulated Pest List (USDA-handled)
RPLRunway Parallel Line
RPLRow Plateline
RPLRisk Priority Level
RPLReflective Planning for Learning
References in classic literature ?
Here are found rubies and many precious things, and rare plants grow abundantly, with cedar trees and cocoa palms.
On the fourth side the march of modern improvement has broken in, and has va ried and brightened the scene by means of a conservatory, forming an entrance to the room through a winter-garden of rare plants and flowers.
That is where the rare plants and the butterflies are, if you have the wit to reach them."
No pictures, no unfamiliar animals, no rare plants or flowers, no natural or artificial wonders of the ancient world--all TABOO with that enlightened strictness, that the ugly South Sea gods in the British Museum might have supposed themselves at home again.
A light, cool staircase, carpeted with rich rugs, was decorated with rare plants in china pots.
Every one will admit that a nature having in perfection all the qualities which we required in a philosopher, is a rare plant which is seldom seen among men.
Held on Friday, August 30, the unique evening event gives visitors the chance to explore the zoo's exotic rare plant collection and talk to the experts who care for it.
The Great Orme is also home to several other scarce and rare plants, as well as a rare sub-species of butterfly.
The unique and scientific project is an addition to Sharjah's impressive record of achievements and compliments the educational, cultural and scientific vision of Ruler of Sharjah, as the new garden will house rare plant from around the world.
The current owner is a very keen gardener and there are several rare plants to be found in the gardens.
It is also home to other rare plants including the Goldilock's aster and the spiked seedwell and has a growing herd of Kashmiri goats descended from some gifted to Lord Mostyn by Queen Victoria.
As reports that the increase in thefts of valuable rare plants is forcing the RHS garden at Wisley, Surrey and the Royal Botanic Gardens in both Kew and Edinburgh to assess security and install extra CCTV, now is the time to think of our own plots.