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KAP

Kernel Andorra Prolog. The predecessor of AKL.

["Kernel Andorra Prolog and its Computation Model", S. Haridi <seif@sics.se> et al, in Logic Programming: Proc 7th Intl Conf, MIT Press 1990].
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Knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) studies are surveys in which the focus is on data gathering of the population regarding what is known, believed and executed in response to a particular topic or situation.
'According to the information we obtained, the men transported the fresh meat of the cattle to a house in Outjo's Kap and Bou informal settlement that Friday, and we recovered it there during our intensified police operation,' Mbeha said.
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia's first female crane operators have received their operating permits at the King Abdul Aziz Port (KAP), state news agency SPA reported on Tuesday.
He says that demand for sach kap peaks three times every year - during Chinese New Year, during the Qingming Festival (Tomb-Sweeping Day) and during the Hungry Ghost Festival.
People repeatedly chanted 'Lola Kap' when Roces climbed the stage with Poe in the rally being held in Tondo, Manila.
Appropriate assessment and understanding of KAP factors is particularly useful in the area of chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, for which prevention and control require a life-long adoption of healthy lifestyle15.
Two KAP surveys will also be conducted among BISP beneficiaries.
The KAP surveys will compare and analyse the pre and post levels of prevalence of acid/burn and VAWG among target groups.
Included in the registration are one hour of consulting time with the KAP Group team, templates, workbooks and access to recorded webinar sessions.
This study aimed to assess the KAP level of RP among interventional radiology staff using a validated questionnaire.
As for the rest of Ascot, I found it difficult to split owner-stablemates Kildisart and Fixe Le Kap in the Ascot Spring Garden Show handicap hurdle (3.00).
Hence, this study is an attempt to find the relationship between maternal education and socioeconomic status on knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) of mother and her child regarding acute respiratory infections.