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RAP

Abbreviation for:
rapid assessment procedure
Rapid Assessment Process  
rapid atrial pacing
referrals, assessments and packages of care 
regression-associated protein
remedial action plan
renal artery pressure
Research Applications Program
retinal angiomatous proliferation
right atrial pressure
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We know this is not a quick fix, and that there are complex social issues at play, but we are pleased to own the 500th RAP in Australia, and to be another voice for change," said Mr Wilkins.
Therapeutic Uses of Rap and Hip-Hop begins with an introductory chapter by the editors, who frame the book through the divergent lenses of their own personal and professional experiences, which converge as they both realize that rap is an integral medium for exploring identity, expressing feelings, understanding impulses, and storytelling and reauthoring--all of which highlight the importance of context in various therapeutic settings.
Where teachers once played the rock n' roll tunes of "Schoolhouse Rocks" to explain everything from government to grammar, they now turn to rap to renew Shakespeare or geometry.
The total volume of RAP milled in Lithuania during the last few years amounts to about 112 thou tons, approx 80% whereof is being added to HMA in the proportion of up to 20%, as required in the aforementioned The Specification of Technical Requirements for Automobile Road Asphalt Mixtures "TRA ASFALTAS 08", and about 20% is being used in the production of cold mix asphalt mixtures.
Book raps provide a real opportunity for students to experience online communication with their peers and to write for a real audience.
Many hip-hop critics are rightly concerned, however, with what they see as the hyper-commercialization of rap music by the corporate record industry.
A few years after his first battle in a junior high cafeteria, Jin was winning modest cash prizes from the battle rap tourneys he entered, from Miami's Grab Tha Mic to New York's Braggin' Rites and Hookt.
The most requested track on several major Sao Paulo radio stations for weeks, it represented a real breakthrough for Brazilian rap.
Proceeds from the two-hour concert, hosted by rap diva Queen Latifah and featuring Mary J.
Likewise, when Ice Cube raps, "I've got a shotgun and here's the plot/Taking niggas out with the fire of buckshot" ("Gangsta, Gangsta"), he sends shudders through many African,Americans heartbroken by black-on-black violence; but when Johnny Cash sings of an equally nihilistic killing in "Folsom Prison Blues" - "Shot a man in Reno/just to watch him die" - the public taps its feet and hums along.
In response, the students wrote raps about their families and cultures.