yapp


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yapp

(jæp)
n
a type of bookbinding in which the leather edges loosely overlap the pages
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Yapp. 'Rarely does one get the chance to work in an industry with such an explosive growth opportunity.
"We designed Social Feed with one simple idea in mind: A private social community within the event app," said Maria Seidman, co-founder and CEO of Yapp. "We want event attendees, planners and partners to have one place to join in and monitor the digital action going on with the event.
During his impressive career, Yapp won 21 caps for Wales, with his last international coming against France in the 2011 Six Nations.
Wasps have lost just one of their last eight matches in all competitions, leaving them fourth in the Aviva Premiership Rugby table and through to the European Rugby Champions Cup quarter-finals, though Yapp missed that entire run due to injury.
"It's enjoyed by the whole city, not just the local Chinese community," Mr Yapp said.
Councillor Yapp has said: "It would be a waste of time deliberating on a particular proposal in the absence of any legal powers to hold such racing."
Yapp, who has 21 caps to his name, will add significant experience to the London-based side after spending a season on loan at London Irish where he made 24 appearances.
Today Yapp, an app to make apps, is coming out of that private beta stage and is available for everyone to use.
Mr Yapp worked for GEC at Witton and entered politics through the Amalgamated Engineering Union.
John Yapp But despite the 19-point defeat, Yapp is confident his side can take positives from the championship.
Yapp was one of the few Blues players not to get totally stuck in the mud and he confessed his team had not been inspired in front of the new Wales coach.
CONNACHT: Riordan' Mostyn, Warwick, Williams, Yapp, McHugh, Keane' Hogan, Fogarty, Sturgess, Gannon, Farley, Muldoon, Ofisa, Rigney