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ARP

ISO 4217 code for the Argentine peso argentino. It was introduced in 1983, replacing the peso ley. It suffered from high inflation and was replaced by the austral at a ratio of 1,000 to one in 1985.
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Arp 55 (VV 155, UGC 4881) is a 14th-magnitude mid-stage merger of two gas-rich spirals, unusually luminous in the infrared (500 billion times the Sun's luminosity) because of intensive star formation in the nuclei and the tail.
Alrededor de ochenta obras--esculturas de bronce, piedras, cobre, laton, aluminio, duraluminio, madera, yeso, ademas de relieves de madera, pinturas, litografias, dibujos, papiers colles, tejidos, bordados, fotografias--prestadas por la Fondation Arp, coleccionistas privados y el Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporaneo de Estrasburgo familiarizaran al publico mexicano con un artista polifacetico.
Jack, a retired window cleaner, trained for two years with the ARP at Mount Havelock, Longwood.
As part of a key attempt to enable the people of Alexandra to participate and drive the renewal of their township, the ARP created the ADF.
We have worked very closely with the DEP engineering staff on this project and I am confident that the ARP technology will meet all the city's goals, as stated in their Nitrogen/Ammonia Reduction Plan, while significantly reducing capital and operating costs at the same time.
Known as a physical/chemical process, ARP establishes a new standard for cost-effective, energy efficient and extremely reliable treatment of ammonia stemming from wastewater treatment plants.
Around 1916 Arp began to make his concrete reliefs out of shaped layers of wood, thereby abolishing the distinction between painting and sculpture.
1 hit in 2003, "Taxi 3," which they co-produced with Luc Besson and released via their distribution arm, ARP Selection.
Although pollution attendant to residence abroad is likely to have been a concomitant worry, Arp points to the curious fact that condemnations of travel to foreign countries do not occur in the same contexts.
95--In this book, Kristana Arp seeks to establish a new understanding of the ethical thought of Simone de Beauvoir.
From what they've seen, researchers estimate that in this pair of merging galaxies, dubbed Arp 299, a star dies in a supernova explosion every 2 years.
Ron Arp, senior vice president/senior partner, Fleishman-Hillard, Kansas City, Mo.