STUPStatistics Utility Program
STUPSpecially Targeted Ultra Poor
STUPSpinning Tubular Projectile
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Especulacoes posteriores sobre a raiz verbal stup [ = "erguer", "empilhar", "amontoar"], apesar de serem etimologicamente problematicas, encaixam-se bem nesse campo semantico (DALLAPICCOLA 2004).
Chihemen (2007) states that government has an interest in this matter, and put in place a training programme called " The Special Teacher Upgrading Programme (STUP)" to address the deficiency among pupils.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-26 March 2010-ICRA gives LA+ to STUP Consultants' bank facilities(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Ellis, General Report, 84(b) CHAIERS DE DROIT FISCAL INTERNATIONAL: STUP. ON INT'L FISCAL L., 21, 24 (1999).
"A greenfield airport gives the opportunity to optimally locate all the functional areas such as cargo, maintenance, operations terminal and business park, in relation to each other [thus] minimising the transportation within the airport," said Vivek Pathak, principal consultant of the STUP Design Forum, a Delhi-based design consultant to who worked at RGIA.
"Shortly after Sarah began communicating by typing, one of the first things she said was that she wanted to go to a regular school like her older sister, Janna," says Judy Stup, Sarah's mom.
She and Steve Stup, vice president of sales, will report to Chris Ma at corporate."
(Put stuprum into its verb form and you get the more familiar infinitive "to stup.")
Good examples are Coignet, a bridge building firm that won an award for prefabricated walls, and the Societe Technique pour l'Utilisation de la Precontrainte (STUP), a subsidiary of Campenon-Bernard that worked with Edmond Billiard, another public works giant, to produce an award-winning design for prestressed floor panels.