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(organic chemistry)
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A notch in a timber for receiving another timber or into which the head of a pile is fitted.
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(1) (Distributed APp) See dApp.

(2) (Directory Access Protocol) A protocol used to gain access to an X.500 directory listing. See LDAP. See also DAAP.

(3) (Digital Audio Player) See digital music player.

(4) See digital audio processor.
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'DAP is not a racial party, it is a party for all,' he was quoted saying.
The DAP Personnel Association (Dapper) also accused Cruz of 'gross violation of civil service rules and regulations,' designation of employees with questionable background and civil standards, displacement of plantilla-based personnel, procedural and administrative lapses, unclear leadership directions, and various complaints from demoralized employees.
In the letter sent by the DAP Personnel Association, dated December 8, to the President, DAP employees called for Cruz's removal, citing allegations of mismanagement, untoward attitude toward employees and frequent foreign travels.
The Office of the Ombudsman had earlier ordered a preliminary investigation on Abad for the implementation of the DAP, which has been largely declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
Several initiations have been taken to assess the impact of DAP and teachers perceptions of using DAP approach one of which was a study conducted Charlsworth, Hart, Burts and Sue (1991) that developed a questionnaire to explore the beliefs of the teachers which appeared to be a useful tool for the same.
Liang said that only about 2.6% of pregnant women are vaccinated with T dap during pregnancy and that the work group is attempting to remove barriers to improve the uptake of the vaccine.
DAP Technologies has offices in Tempe, Ariz.; Quebec City; and Abingdon, U.K., and designs and manufactures rugged PDA, handheld and mobile computers for demanding industries and harsh environments.
You can't say that about daps. Rehabilitate them I say.
The goals of the DAP specifically aimed at students are to "recruit and select the most qualified applicants for admission, with special efforts aimed at minority students; prepare competent dental assistants as defined by the mission statement", and to "promote higher education and continuing education of graduates" (5).
Although DAP increased its seats in parliament to ten, up from nine in the general election in 1995, the defeat of its top three leaders has clearly shaken the party.
DAP's Tras assemblyman Chow Yu Hui told reporters today that the party meeting tonight was to discuss the Education Ministry's proposal to introduce khat in the school curriculum, which has seen a variety of reactions, including pushback from the Chinese community.