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RTP

Abbreviation for unspecified ribonucleoside 5'-triphosphate.
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RSVP volunteers generously give their energy, skills and caring dedication toward providing over 81,000 hours annually resulting in more than $1.
In my humble opinion, RSVP should stand for, "Be respectful when you give an RSVP to someone that is taking the time to plan for you.
The RSVP protocol performs reservation and release of network resources in order to provide an efficient delivery of data in the network.
RSVP PATH message: This message is sent by sender and used to store the path state in each node.
RSVP employed a systems-engineering methodology entitled "integrated product and process development.
In San Francisco's RSVP program, by contrast, Cash would have encountered an intensive, well-designed enterprise with three elements: an in-jail component, a post-release component, and an internship training program.
Sgt Paul Douglas, from Merseyside police's licensing unit, said: ``When the reports of assaults on customers by bouncers started to come in we had to look at what was happening at RSVP.
After the luncheon, 95-year-old Marguerite Barrett explained why she has spent the last 21 years giving her time to RSVP.
United Water New York (UWNY), the private water utility that owns and operates most of Rockland County's public community supply wells, offered grants to complete the groundwater protection program after an employee and RSVP advisory council member informed UWNY of the group's idea.
RSVP was first introduced by Forster (1970) as a method for studying language processing and comprehension, although Gilbert (1959) studied tachistoscopic presentation of text in a similar sequential fashion.
The RSVP program began in 1992 when its first volunteers from the community of Rancho Bernardo donned their trademark pale blue uniforms and silver badges.
By implementing such crime prevention strategies as the Night Eyes, Footprints, and/or RSVP Programs, a police department administrator can actually measure the number of contacts between officers and citizens.