from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Civil Air Patrol
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- Common Agricultural Policy.
- Civil Air Patrol
- Colleague Assistance Program
- combat air patrol
- Change Acceleration Process
- Colors and Placements
- catabolite activator protein
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They went with the foul-language oriented Cursing Cap. My logic stream: in just 30 seconds, Thinking Cap provided a very cogent explanation of the concept behind a CAP and the benefits to accrue, with interesting interplay between images and words to enhance that quick-look understanding.
They went with the foul-language oriented My logic stream: in just 30 seconds, Thinking Cap provided a very cogent explanation of the concept behind a CAP and the benefits to accrue, with interesting interplay between images and words to enhance that quick-look understanding.
Actually, the Cadet program in CAP is very similar to scouting in age (13-18), emphasis on civics and good citizenship, etc.
Next up, I've seen a lot of discussions lately about the use and abuse of the term CAP and after reading about the concept from the guy who coined the term, I've been working on creating patterns that are composites of two different types of motion slapped together that don't look like the move that is commonly being dubbed a CAP now and the results look really cool.
So, trying to draw an equivalence between a comabt veteran and the CAP is a fantastic display if ignorance.
This is the president of Princeton responded by sending his own letter to all of the alumni in which he called CAP's letter "callous and outrageous."
What they label CAP "successes" are actually losses to our rights as citizens of AZ.
If CAP is so smart, why did you guys let Harry Reid step in deep dogshit in the last two weeks?
So now CAP is taking money from the Milken Foundation, which funds the settlers?
RE: Al #74 — CAP is a tax-exempt non-profit corporation.