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clap

 [klap]
a slang term used by patients to refer to gonorrhea.

clap

(klăp)
n. Vulgar Slang
Gonorrhea. Often used with the.
A sobriquet for Neisseria gonorrhoeae infection

clap

STD Sobriquet for N gonorrhoeae infection. See Gonorrhea.

clap

A slang term for GONORRHOEA.
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3.1.1 Global Clap Pipe Market Value, 2017 - 2027, (US$ Mn)
CLAP is a separate loan facility from the regular salary loan, so members can avail themselves of this loan program even if they have an outstanding salary loan.
The SSS president also stated that the state-run SSS implements a file-anywhere policy, so members need not to go to Pampanga to file for the Clap as long as they have complied with the application requirements, which includes the Barangay Certification.
"People talk about respect but players will clap the opposition on to a field then kick the living daylights out of them.
The institute has a unique honor of pioneering intra oral distraction of maxillofacial region in the country along with establishing a complete max facs based cleft lip and palate (CLAP) service.
I asked him about clap banners as he waved his around at a recent home game.
"We want the atmosphere to be electric and the clap banners will add to it," says Kelman.
At the very end, the dancer made the audience clap and snap fingers, and then let them continue unaided, waving his hands as if to signal for us to 'carry on' while they signed out after a good night's job.
In some African American Catholic communities, it's customary to clap sporadically during the homily, both as a way of acclaiming or affirming something just said and as a general sign of support and encouragement for the priest or deacon preaching.
Therefore the sea will roar and the flood will clap and the hills will sing for joy (vv.
"You have hands to clap and a lips to whistle!" James, Christine, and Tom agreed.