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Arp

 (ärp), Jean or Hans 1887-1966.
Alsatian artist and a founder of Dada. He is particularly noted for his abstract reliefs and three-dimensional sculptures.
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Arp

(French arp)
n
(Biography) Jean (ʒɑ̃) or Hans (hans). 1887– 1966, Alsatian sculptor, painter, and poet, cofounder of the Dada movement in Zürich, noted particularly for his abstract organic sculptures based on natural forms
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Arp


(ärp),
n.
Hans or Jean (ʒɑ̃) 1888?–1966, French painter and sculptor; one of the founders of dadaism.
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Noun1.Arp - Alsatian artist and poet who was cofounder of dadaism in Zurich; noted for abstract organic sculptures (1887-1966)
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It supports up to 131,072 routes using a longest prefix matching algorithm, and provides a 512 entry ARP cache. User-defined protocol discrimination is provided using on-chip pattern matchers.