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Pay And Pay
People's Action Party
polyfluoroalkyl phosphate ester
People's Armed Police
: Spineless, wet, without character
: Flat
Female breast

they doe not onely weare jewels at their noses, in their lip and cheekes, and in their toes, but also big wedges of gold through their paps and buttocks .

Food in the form of a soft paste, often a porridge, especially as given to very young children

Pap and wors is traditionally eaten at a braai.

Nonsense
Pap smear
porridge
Of a paparazzo, to take a surreptitious photograph of (someone, especially a celebrity) without their consent

Look, that pop star’s been papped in her bikini again!.

{n} a nipple, the pulp of fruit, infant's meat
A commonly used term for air core (unfilled) direct burial telephone cable with a corrugated aluminum shield PASP -- An air core (unfilled) direct burial telephone cable used in areas subject to rodent attack It consists of an unfilled cable core, corrugated aluminum shield, corrugated steel tape, flooding compound and polyethylene jacket PCP -- A commonly used term for air core (unfilled) direct burial cable with a corrugated copper shield PE -- Abbreviation for Polyethylene Peak Voltage -- The maximum instantaneous voltage Percent Conductivity -- Conductivity of a material expressed as a percentage of that of copper Permittivity -- See Dielectric Constant Phase -- A particular stage or point of advancement in an electrical cycle The fractional part of the period through which the time has advanced measured from some arbitrary point usually expressed in electrical degrees where 360° represents one cycle
A widely used method to log on to an ISP without using a terminal window
the small projection of a mammary gland
Password Authentication Protocol - A security authentication protocol used with PPP The password is sent to the client as clear text for comparison CHAP is a more secure protocol
A soft food for infants, made of bread boiled or softtened in milk or water
Short for Password Authentication Protocol, the most basic form of authentication, in which a user's name and password are transmitted over a network "in the clear" (that is, in an unencrypted form) and compared to a table of name-password pairs
a diet that does not require chewing; advised for those with intestinal disorders
A nipple; a mammilla; a teat
Password Authentication Protocol Authentication protocol that allows PPP peers to authenticate one another The remote router attempting to connect to the local router is required to send an authentication request Unlike CHAP, PAP passes the password and host name or username in the clear (unencrypted) PAP does not itself prevent unauthorized access, but merely identifies the remote end The router or access server then determines if that user is allowed access PAP is supported only on PPP lines Compare with CHAP
A rounded, nipplelike hill or peak; anything resembling a nipple in shape; a mamelon
Paper products including separated and recycled newsprint and other waste paper products such as paperboard
{i} soft baby food; porridge, gruel; nipple, teat
/RAC: Priority Actions Programme Regional Activity Centre POPs: Persistent Organic Pollutants PrepCom: Preparatory Committee PRINCE: Programme for Measuring Incremental Costs for the Environment A research programme set up in early 1993 to explore the measurement of incremental costs on the focal areas of the GEF
Presentation artist's proofs A proof meeting the right to print impression or standard used for the edition that is intended for distribution to artists who contribute to a Gemini project The impressions may be part of a portfolio or series to which a group of artists has contributed
The pulp of fruit
Password Authentication Protocol Authentication Protocol
Processed Animal Protein
Password Authentication Protocol
Password Authentication Protocol PAP is the most basic form of authentication for logging into a network A user's name and password are transmitted over a network and compared to a table of name-password pairs Typically, the passwords stored in the table are encrypted Also see CHAP
People’s Armed Police See Wu Jing
A type of porridge made from ground maize meal Traditionally it is a staple food for many of South Africa's indigenous peoples
An abbreviation for Personal Auto Policy
Password Authentication Protocol: protocol used by ISPs to authenticate their clients In this scheme, the client (you) sends an identifier/password pair to the server, which is not encrypted See also CHAP
Password Authentication Protocol is a login security protocol
a security protocol that uses password protection to allow access to a network or host
disapproval If you describe something such as information, writing, or entertainment as pap, you mean that you consider it to be of no worth, value, or serious interest. = drivel
(Password Authentication Protocol) Authentication scheme for PPP links A password can be specified for both devices on a remote link Failure to authenticate will result in a dropped connection prior to start of data transmission
worthless or oversimplified ideas
(Password Authentication Protocol) (n ) A security provision in point-to-point protocol (PPP) See PPP authentication
Push Accesss Protocol(see also under WAP)
To feed with pap
Positive Airway Pressure
Nourishment or support from official patronage; as, treasury pap
Pap smear
A screening test to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous cells by taking a sample (‘smear’) of cells from the cervix
Pap smears
plural form of Pap smear
Pap test
A screening test to detect pre-cancerous and cancerous cells by taking a sample ('smear') of cells from the cervix
Pap tests
plural form of Pap test
pap smear
a procedure in which a specimen of cells is taken from the uterine cervix or anus, prepared on a slide, and examined under a microscope for abnormal cell growth (dysplasia)
pap smear
a sample of secretions and superficial cells of the uterine cervix and uterus; examined with a microscope to detect any abnormal cells
pap smear
A fatherhood test
pap smear
Fatherhood test
pap smear
Exfoliative cytology: a procedure developed by Papanicolaou
pap smear
A microscopic examination of the surface cells of the cervix, usually conducted on scrapings from the cervical opening This assay is used to detect tissue changes that could be forerunners of cervical cancer
pap smear
vaginal or cervical cells obtained for cytological study
pap smear
The name given to the preparation of cells from the cervix on glass slides for microscopic examination by a cytopathologist; used most often for early detection of cancer of the cervix The name is derived from Dr Papanicolaou, the inventor of the procedure
pap smear
a sample of secretions and superficial cells of the uterine cervix and uterus; examined with a microscope to detect any abnormal cells
pap smear
A fatherhood test
pap smear
Fatherhood test
pap smear
Exfoliative cytology: a procedure developed by Papanicolaou
pap smear
A microscopic examination of the surface cells of the cervix, usually conducted on scrapings from the cervical opening This assay is used to detect tissue changes that could be forerunners of cervical cancer
pap smear
vaginal or cervical cells obtained for cytological study
pap smear
The name given to the preparation of cells from the cervix on glass slides for microscopic examination by a cytopathologist; used most often for early detection of cancer of the cervix The name is derived from Dr Papanicolaou, the inventor of the procedure
pap smear
a procedure in which a specimen of cells is taken from the uterine cervix or anus, prepared on a slide, and examined under a microscope for abnormal cell growth (dysplasia)
pap smear
A pap smear is a medical test in which cells are taken from a woman's cervix and analysed to see if any cancer cells are present. A test for cancer, especially of the female genital tract, in which a smear of exfoliated cells is specially stained and examined under a microscope for pathological changes. Also called Pap test. a medical test that takes cells from a woman's cervix and examines them for signs of cancer British Equivalent: smear test (George N. Papanicolaou (1883-1962), U.S. (Greek-born) medical scientist). or Papanicolaou smear Sample of cells from the vagina and cervix of the uterus for laboratory staining and examination to detect genital herpes and early-stage cancer, especially of the cervix. Developed by the Greek-born U.S. physician George Nicolas Papanicolaou (1883-1962), this technique also can be applied to cells obtained from other surfaces
pap smear
cancer test in which cells from the female genital tract are smeared on a slide for microscopic examination, named after anatomist George Papanicolaou
pap test
cancer test in which cells from the female genital tract are smeared on a slide for microscopic examination, named after anatomist George Papanicolaou
pap test
a method of examining stained cells in a cervical smear for early diagnosis of uterine cancer
mealie pap
porridge made from ground corn (South African)
paps
plural of pap
pap

    Türkische aussprache

    päp

    Aussprache

    /ˈpap/ /ˈpæp/

    Etymologie

    [ 'pap ] (noun.) 13th century. Origins unclear. Related to Middle Low German pappe, Dutch pap, Old French papa/pape, Latin pappa, Bulgarian папам (“to eat”) and Serbo-Croatian папати/papati (“to eat”), among others. The relationships between these words are difficult to reconstruct.

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