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dap

(dæp)
mod. well-dressed. (From dapper.) Man, you look so dap!
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Declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in 2014, DAP was created by the Aquino administration to use, without congressional approval, certain budget savings for special government projects.
These documents would prove the 'magic' of DAP-that in one day [October 12, 2011] DAP was presented to the Senate, signed by PNoy [Aquino] and printed out in the official gazette and DBM [Department of Budget and Management] web site,' Belgica told reporters.
Gonzaga said it was the previous administration that introduced DAP as a "reformed intervention to speed up public spending and to boost economic growth.
Sucking insect pests were encouraged to develop but, jassid and whitefly population were flared up to injury level 34 and 67 DAP, respectively.
Shri Ananth Kumar, Minister (C&F) and Shri Hansraj Gangaram Ahir, MoS (C&F) further said that they are happy to inform the farmer brethren that major public sector Fertilizer manufacturers - RCF, NFL have decided to bring down the MRP of DAP fertilizer by Rs.
There are three core principles on which the DAP framework revolves, which is to safeguard and guarantee that whatsoever curriculum and learning is planned and delivered has to be individually appropriate, developmentally appropriate, and culturally important.
He said his group is more inclined at present to try out the judicial route to having DAP scrapped and declared illegal.
If not administered during pregnancy, "'T dap should be administered immediately post partum," according to the recommendation.
The decision to analyze parent ratings was made to reduce bias that might be inherent in teacher ratings, as well as to possibly generalize the effects of DAP on children's behavior beyond the classroom.
With the current prices, FFBL's DAP will be expensive to imported DAP by Rs 270 per bag, loosing attractiveness to dealers due to high prices and falling demand.
Many of today's companies are still using paper-based systems to manage inventory, shipments and fleets," said Khalid Kidari, director of product management and marketing for DAP Technologies.
In the wrong dosage or with the wrong timing, DAP can backfire, encouraging everything from sulfur off-odors to increased urea and ethyl carbamate (see related article on page 52), from reduced aromatic complexity to game ending heat spikes.
DAP copolymerizes readily with monomers bearing strong electron attracting groups attached to the ethylenic group [14].
I was once given intelligence which explained why a dap is called a dap.
Among PEO Soldier's other successes in meeting the needs of soldiers are an improvement to the Interceptor Body Armor (IBA) known as DAP or the Deltoid Axillary Protector, and the Common Remotely Operated Weapons Station (CROWS).