THP

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AcronymDefinition
THPTennessee Highway Patrol
THPThe Hunger Project (New York, NY)
THPTexas Highway Patrol
THPTexas Holdem Poker
THPTake Home Pay (net wages)
THPTransparent Huge Page (Linux)
THPThrust Horse Power
THPTurbo High Pressure
THPTotal Horse Power
THPThin Provisioning
THPTimber Harvest Plan
THPTransitional Housing Program
THPTetrahydropyran
THPTomlinson-Harashima Precoding
THPTamm-Horsfall Protein
THPTemporary Housing Program (US FEMA)
THPThe Housing Partnership (New Hampshire)
THPTriad Health Project (North Carolina)
THPThree Hole Punch
THPTake Home Package (lessons learned and recommendations resulting from military exercise)
THPTubing Hanger Pressure (oil production)
THPThe Heavy Pets (band)
THPThrust Horsepower (engine power rating)
THPThe Harman Press (printing company)
THPThe Hackers Paradise (golf website)
THPTraffic Handling Priority
THPTubing Head Pressure (oil/gas wells)
THPTom Hay Printing (Georgia)
THPThe History Press (Ireland and UK)
THPThe Hot Pepper (forum)
THPTexaco Heritage Plaza
THPThermohydrogen Processing
THPTerminal to Host Protocol
THPTerminal Handler Process
THPTotal Hip Precautions
THPTelecommunications Host Processor
THPThe Harlem Project
THPToe Head Posse (Texas)
THPTiempo Hasta la Progresion (Spanish: Time to Progression)
THPTenant Habitability Plan
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The Harlem projects included Delano Village, located between Lenox and Fifth avenues and 139th and 142nd streets, which cost $16 million; Lenox Terrace, between Lenox and Fifth avenues and 132nd and 135th streets, built at a cost of $14 million; and Park West Village, originally known as Manhattantown, between Central Park West and Amsterdam avenues and 97th and 100th streets, which cost $37 million.