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- initialism Stand up paddle surfing
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According to the Urban Dictionary, the term SUP is an informal greeting and an abbreviation of "What's Up" or "Wassup", which both also mean simply "Hello".
Unfortunately for the delivery company UPS, the term SUP uses the exact same letters and their logo has been transformed into the funny new SUP - UPS Parody T-Shirt ($15).
Stand-Up Paddle Surfing, also abbreviated as SUP, is a rapidly growing global sport originating from Hawaii that traces back to the 1940’s in Tahiti.
In 2007, a Russian company called SUP purchased Live Journal and established LiveJournal
Jodie and a business partner recently started a company called The SUP Spot, which focuses on all things Stand Up Paddling.
In the Northwest, Drake said, the arrival of stand-up paddle surfing, commonly referred to as SUP, has been getting even more people out on boards because it is done on flat water with a big board and a paddle.
"In comparison, mobile related products such as SUP, SQL Anywhere and Afaria account for about 27 percent of software licenses," he writes.
In comparison, mobile related products such as SUP, SQL Anywhere and Afaria account for about 27 percent of software licenses.
We believe that SUP which is Sybase Unwired Platform will be the industry leading development in department platform for mobile apps.
"It is certainly the consequence of purchasing the LJ of Russian company" SUP "by order of Putin and FSB."