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CHAP

(chăp),
Acronym for cyclophosphamide, hexamethylmelamine, doxorubicin (Adriamycin), and cisplatin, a chemotherapy regimen.
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Surprise factor: "Sudden attacks terrify the enemies, but expected encounters do not frighten them" (Part II, chap.
Specific cultural and practical behaviors covering the exploitation of animals for war and companionship, Chap.
The event is the annual summer bash of The Chap, a bi-monthly magazine celebrating the English gent, his eccentricity, courteous behavior, impeccable dress and devotion to facial hair.
Richard Guest, 40, will cook his final batch of chaps - made from pigs' cheeks and tongue - today at Brittan's Butcher in Bristol.
The couple previously lived in a CHAP home in the village of Longside, near Peterhead, Aberdeenshire.
Then another chap tried to push, and a car from behind me nipped past and that driver got out and tried to help.
They said, if we continued with the bingo, they would arrest us and the chap who runs it," she said.
Doctor Romeu Chap Chap, CPM, was inaugurated as president of Sindicato das Empresas de Compra, Venda, Locacao e Administracao de Imoveis Residenciais de Sao Paulo in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in September.
Wynn, an apprentice sage, and Chap, a Fay spirit in dog form, round out this intrepid traveling group.
CHAP was chosen by IETF as the mandatory authentication protocol for iSCSI.
A CHAP phoned New Labour headquarters, John Prescott answered, the chap says: "I'd like to join the Labour Cabinet.
Such fear mongering was given much media play, but the work of the CHAP and the work of many other independent scientific groups proves those fears were groundless.