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dap

(dæp)
mod. well-dressed. (From dapper.) Man, you look so dap!
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'It is true, there are many other choices in PH, but I had chosen DAP for a reason.
Meanwhile, Program Manager Carme Joy Almodal, presented the DAPs Graduate School of Public and Development Management model, curriculum structure and framework.
The 45-year-old Caronan was appointed by the President as a member of the DAP board of trustees in April 2018.
'Considering that your term of office [had] expired on June 30 and that you been serving in the DAP Board in a holdover capacity, we now wish to inform you that, upon instructions of the President, your service in such holdover status is hereby discontinued, effective immediately,' Medialdea said.
Of course, all the projects are approved by the President," Abad told Senate reporters when asked about the DAP.
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.
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This study relied on parent ratings of children's social skills at the end of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades to examine the effects of DAP. Also considered were outcomes across gender and ethnicity.
"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.
Yes, daps can mark you out in the crowd as someone who stands for traditional values, someone who eschews much of what the modern world offers and someone who remembers the verruca and all that it entails.
Well, the old DAP was designed for use on tanks that have not been equipped with the driver's hatch interlock (DHI).
Their conclusion was based on a finding that one of the three dimethyl dialkylphosphate (DAP) metabolites of the organophosphorus (OP) pesticides--dimethylthiophosphate (DMTP)--was more frequently detected among children living in the same household with adult farmworkers who reported having thinned plants compared with children living in the same household with farmworkers who did not report thinning (92% vs.
Since diversity brings more positive advantages to organizations, promoting diversity is also crucial for an organization's prosperity as in the case of the Dental Assistant Program (DAP) at the New York University College of Dentistry.
Malaysia's Lim Kit Siang, official Opposition Leader in parliament for the past 30 years, tendered his resignation Thursday as secretary general of the Democratic Action Party (DAP).
in England developed the Distributed Array Processor (DAP), which has 4,096 simple processors connected in a 64-by-64 array.