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RP

abbr.
Received Pronunciation

RP

abbreviation for
1. (Phonetics & Phonology) Received Pronunciation
2. (Christian Churches, other) Reformed Presbyterian
3. (Education) Regius Professor
4. (Automotive Engineering) the Philippines (international car registration)
[(sense 4): from R(epublic of the) Philippines]

RP

1. Received Pronunciation.
2. repurchase agreement.
3. retinitis pigmentosa.

Rp

rupiah.

R.P.

1. Reformed Presbyterian.
2. Regius Professor.
Translations

RP

A. N ABBR (Brit) (Ling) =Received Pronunciation pronunciación estándar del inglés ENGLISH, HOME COUNTIES
B. ABBR (Post) =reply paidCP

RP

[ˌɑːrˈpiː] n abbr (British) (=received pronunciation) → prononciation f standard

RP

[ˌɑːˈpiː] n abbr (Brit) =received pronunciationpronuncia standard
References in periodicals archive ?
steps taken by the relying party to verify the identity of the signatory of the electronic signature;
When carriers and solution providers (and the agents that use their systems) become members of the ID Federation and sign the Participation Agreement, they fall into one of two member roles: an Identity Provider (IDP) or a Relying Party (RP).
When carriers and solution providers (and the agents that use their systems) become members of the ID Federation and sign the Participation Agreement, agreeing to the solution and standards set via the SignOn Once technology, they fall into one of two member roles: an Identity Provider (IDP) or a Relying Party (RP).
While the Relying Party or source provider will use the statements passed from the Identity Provider to make access control decision.
Citi is both a Credential Service Provider and a Relying Party as defined in the Liberty Identity Assurance Framework (IAF).
However, it does not explain the legal basis on which such limitations will be binding on the relying party, or even provide that they will be binding at all.
By incurring reliance expenditures early in a contractual negotiation (or, apparently, before a negotiation had even begun), a relying party could hold the other negotiating party liable for those reliance expenses, regardless of whether those expenses were incurred in reliance upon a promise.
Of course, the relying party must trust the authority's assertions about the subject.
When a relying party wishes to validate the identity of the signer, all the information used to establish the authenticity of the signer is called upon as evidence of that identity.
To date," says the PKI Forum, "the commonly accepted approach is for a relying party [such a supplier] to trust multiple certificate-issuers.
Some conduct must have linked the accountant to the relying party.