chap.

chap.

abbreviation for
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) chaplain
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) chapter
Translations

chap.

ABBR =chaptercap., c., c/

chap.

abbr (=chapter) → chap
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The three MPs, including Chairman Neil Parish (Tiverton and Honiton) and local MP Julian Sturdy (York Outer) (who are both farmers) and Angela Smith (Penistone and Stockbridge), saw at first hand some of the technologies and services being developed by Fera and CHAP.
Peace lovers that now enjoy it should not rest if they want it perpetually, because if the enemies of peace see a soft peace, they will take it away" (Part I, chap.
Later DNA analysis reversed the gender typing and has led to the reexamination of previously labeled remains and grave goods that may relate to the Amazon culture (see Chap.
Much greater decreases were seen in teaching clinics involved in CHAP.
All this had taken about five minutes, but there was no cursing or shouting, nor hooting, and at least six people put themselves out to help the old chap.
Jennifer Larson discusses the importance of the so-called 'nature deities' in rural areas and their relationship to remarkable natural phenomena in chap.
For example, in his treatment of Jeremiah the reader will learn much about the significance of the prophet's various "pantomimes" while more well-known texts (the temple sermon in chap.
She said: "There was a bit of an altercation between the chap who runs the bingo and another chap.
FCAP is an optional authentication protocol but it is considered much stronger than the password-based mechanism used in CHAP.
This includes profiles of individual Christian missionaries and their interlocutors: the eighteenth-century Tamil Lutherans Savarimuthu and Rayanayakkan (Daniel Jeyaraj, chap.
But the categorical distinction in Kunzle's title, "Criminal to Courtier," itself does violence to the complex and shifting (see Rubens, chap.
While one of the main criticisms often leveled at network studies has to do with their cross-sectional research designs (Knoke, chap.