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HAP. An old word which signifies to catch; as, "to hap the rent," to hap the deed poll." Techn. Dict. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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HAP currently serves 570,000 total members across Michigan.
Joan added she and her children are at serious risk of homelessness if she cannot pay off her rent arrears of [euro]3,500 and if her HAP payment is not reinstated.
Police immediately zeroed in on Hap. But it would take seven years of police work -- and some carpet stains and tiny bone fragments in the chimney -- before investigators made a case.
The HAP sought the filing of the Bleeding Disorders Standards of Care Act of 2017, which aims to establish hemophilia treatment centers in key areas all over the Philippines, and better access to treatment for persons with hemophilia and related bleeding disorders.
Conclusion: Gram negative bacteria was prevailed as the causative organism in patients who developed hospital acquired pneumonia (89 percent) and receiving proton pump inhibitors in medical intensive care unit with greater number incidence of HAP in PPI group.
Hap Seng Consolidated also expects the price of crude palm oil (CPO) to hover between RM2,400 and RM2,700 a tonne this year, while the production of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) was projected at around 160,000 tonnes as the effects of El Nino taper off.
Spun out of the company's HAP Ventures incubator, StraightUp allows interested investors, even those with limited experience and no accreditation, to contribute capital to construction-ready projects and have it inject into common or preferred equity.
While Hap's mom is away on business, the older children take turns watching the baby, trying to protect her from their grandmother.
The Ahmedabad HAP has three key elements: community outreach to build awareness, a probabilistic forecast and early warning system [32], and health care capacity building.
Hydroxyapatite (HAP) in these materials constitutes the main mineral components of materials such as teeth, bones.