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RAPT

["An Interpreter for a Language for Describing Assemblies", R.J. Popplestone et al, Artif Intell 14:79-107 (1980)].
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A third more violent Rap than ever again assaulted our ears.
The stick, with a single sharp rap of it, had effected the change.
She sometimes endeavoured for a few minutes to read; but the book was soon thrown aside, and she returned to the more interesting employment of walking backwards and forwards across the room, pausing for a moment whenever she came to the window, in hopes of distinguishing the long-expected rap.
With this final sentence, Bartle Massey gave a sharper rap than ever with his knobbed stick, and the discomfited lads got up to go with a sulky look.
But towards the close, the raps became so sharp and frequent, and his voice so quarrelsome, that Vixen felt it incumbent on her to jump out of the hamper and bark vaguely.
Now, it's fair to say opinion is mixed about the Anfield Rap. One writer (from London) has described it as "the worst football song ever recorded", while another (from London) suggested the sheer shame of it sparked the Reds' decline from regular League winners to mere contenders for fourth place.
The Bajirao Mastani actor whose stardom cuts across demographics and regions has been credited with bringing niche rap or hip hop music from the streets of the country and turn it into mainstream.
Release date- 20082019 - CSafe Global, the innovation leader in active temperature-controlled container solutions for the transport of life-enhancing pharmaceuticals, is pleased to announce that Lufthansa Cargo is the latest airline to qualify and approve the CSafe RAP for flight
The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development together with the Food and Agriculture Organisation, SADC Secretariat and European Union will launch a Programme of Support towards operationalisation of the SADC Regional Agricultural Policy (RAP) from 2526 July 2019.
But speaking to Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM's 'Showbiz Agenda' on Tuesday, he said his new chosen path of music departs from the characteristics of rap songs that are usually selected for that category.
Talking about the song, Gloc says: 'Goodbye song ko ito sa rap na ginawan ko ng kwento na parang relationship sa isang babae.