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Arp

Jean ([zh][~@]) or Hans (hans). 1887-- 1966, Alsatian sculptor, painter, and poet, cofounder of the Dada movement in Zürich, noted particularly for his abstract organic sculptures based on natural forms

ARP

ARP

(Address Resolution Protocol) A TCP/IP protocol used to obtain a node's physical address. A client station broadcasts an ARP request onto the network with the IP address of the target node it wishes to communicate with, and the node with that address responds by sending back its physical address so that packets can be transmitted. ARP returns the layer 2 address for a layer 3 address. See ARP cache, ARP cache poisoning, RARP and TCP/IP abc's.


ARP'ing
The IP protocol broadcasts the IP address of the destination station onto the network, and the node with that address responds.
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Caption: With 21 years at Arps Red-E-Mix, Travis Mumford (left) is set to pick up as sales manager where his father Max left off.
It's just nice to help people out and get them out of jail," Arps said.
6) Indifference to ARPs persists even though dividends are adjusted to keep in line with changes in the yields of Treasuries.
While the Conde Nast deal took four months to complete, Skadden, Arps took only two months.
Each fund is offering to purchase its outstanding ARPS at a price per share equal to 95% of the ARPS' per share liquidation preference of $25,000 ($23,750 per share) plus any unpaid dividends accrued through the expiration date of the tender offer.
Each fund's tender offer is conditioned upon there being validly tendered and not withdrawn at least 70% of its outstanding ARPS, the successful private placement of new preferred shares, the ARPS holders approval of an amendment to each fund's bylaws to replace Standard & Poor's with Fitch as a rating agency for the ARPS and certain other conditions as set forth in each fund's offer to purchase and related letter of transmittal.
announced today the public offering of 1,000 Series 1 Auction Rate Preferred Shares (ARPS), 1,000 Series 2 ARPS, 1,000 Series 3 ARPS, 1,000 Series 4 ARPS and 1,000 Series 5 ARPS of InterCapital Insured Municipal Income Trust at a price of $50,000 per share.
Each fund's tender offer will be conditioned upon there being validly tendered and not withdrawn at least 70% of its outstanding ARPS, the successful private placement of new preferred shares, the ARPS Holders approval of an amendment to each fund's bylaws to replace Standard & Poor's with Fitch as a rating agency for the ARPS and certain other conditions as will be set forth in each fund's offer to purchase and related letter of transmittal.
today announced the public offering of 1,120 Series 1 Auction Rate preferred shares (ARPS), 1,120 Series 2 ARPS, 1,120 Series 3 ARPS, 1,120 Series 4 ARPS and 1,120 Series 5 ARPS of InterCapital Quality Municipal Income Trust at a price of $50,000 per share.
NEW YORK -- Tax-exempt closed-end funds (CEFs) have decreased reliance on Auction Rate Preferred Stock (ARPS) for leverage in recent years following the shutdown in the market for ARPS, according to a special report published today by Fitch Ratings.
The ARPS will be preferred shares of the Trust that entitle their holders to receive cash dividends at a rate that may vary for successive dividend periods.