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AAP - American Academy of Pediatrics
AAP - Association of American Publishers
AAP - Advance Auto Parts Inc
AAP - American Academy of Periodontology
AAP - American Association of Publishers
AAP - Accredited ACH Professional
AAP - Army Ammunition Plant
AAP - American Academy of Psychotherapists
AAP - Address Allocation Protocol
AAP - Association of Academic Physiatrists
AAP - Alternative Approval Process (ITU-T)
AAP - Always A Pleasure
AAP - Academic Advancement Program
AAP - Accident Analysis and Prevention
AAP - Annual Action Plan
AAP - Acuerdo de Alcance Parcial (Guatemala)
AAP - Academy of American Poets
AAP - Australian Associated Press Pty Limited
AAP - Accurate As Possible
AAP - Applications Access Point
AAP - American Academy of Psychoanalysis
AAP - Abortion Access Project
AAP - Association for Academic Psychiatry
AAP - Apollo Applications Program (NASA)
AAP - Art Association of the Philippines
AAP - Automotive Aftermarket Professional (certification)
AAP - Alumni Admissions Program (various universities)
AAP - Allied Administrative Publication
AAP - Aktion zur Abschaffung des Primatenhandels (German: Campaign Against Animal Testing)
AAP - Abbreviated Acquisition Program
AAP - Asbestos Action Program
AAP - American Academy of Poets
AAP - Airlock Adapter Plate (shuttle)
AAP - Apollo Advanced Playlist
AAP - Associaçao Dos Arquitectos Portugueses
AAP - Advanced Acquisition Plan
AAP - Antigonish Area Partnership (Antigonish, NS, Canada)
AAP - Advance Australia Party
AAP - Auxiliary Acceleration Pump
AAP - Affirmative Action Plan/Program
AAP - Availability Assurance Program
AAP - ACT Assessment Program (admissions, guidance and placement program)
AAP - Active Anti-Psychotronic (software)
AAP - Adopt-A-Pet, Inc. (non-profit organization)
AAP - Air Augmented Propulsion
AAP - Advanced Automation Program
AAP - Authorized Academic Partner
AAP - American Association of Producers
AAP - Administrative Appeal Process (Department of Defense A-76 Commercial Activities)
AAP - Association of Aviation Psychologists
AAP - Alternate Access Provider
AAP - Average Acquisition Price (pharmaceuticals)
AAP - Additional Attendant Panel
AAP - Ambulance Association of Pennsylvania
AAP - ASEAN Academic Press (London, UK)
AAP - Assign Alternate Parent
AAP - Area Air Picture
AAP - Atmospheric Air Pressure
AAP - Angle Addition Postulate
AAP - Associative Array Processor
AAP - Association Autrichienne à Paris (French: Austrian Association in Paris; est. 1956)
AAP - Alarm Annunciator Panel
AAP - Alabama Association of Pathologists
AAP - Attack Assessment Plan
AAP - Army Acquisition Process
AAP - Announcement Administration Processor (4ESS)
AAP - Adult Asthma Program
AAP - Accruals Accounting Project
AAP - Adaptive Array Processing
AAP - Asbestos Abatement Program
AAP - Association for Advancement of Psychoanalysis
AAP - Asociación Amigos del País (Association of Friends of the Country, Guatemala)
AAP - Association of Academic Psychiatrists
AAP - Analyst Assistance Program
AAP - Alpes Auto Pièces (French: Alpine Auto Parts)
AAP - Apartment Association of the Panhandle (Amarillo, TX)
AAP - Analog Accessory Peripheral
AAP - ACUS (Area Common User System) ACES (Automated Communication Engineering Software) Prototype
AAP - Academic Advising Packages
AAP - Advanced Applications Programs
AAP - Amphibious Assault Planner
AAP - Always Annoying People
AAP - Association for Advancement of Psychotherapy
AAP - Automated Antenna Positioning
AAP - Auxiliary Annunciator Panel
AAP - Alternate Assignment Program
AAP - Allowance Appendix Page/Package
AAP - Association des Architectes Portugais (French: Portuguese Architects Association; Portugal)
AAP - Ask a Professor (US DoD)
AAP - Architecture, Art and Planning (Cornell University; New York)
AAP - Area Action Plan
AAP - Australasian Association of Philosophy
AAP - Association of American Physicians
AAP - All About People (various locations)
AAP - Altai Assistance Project (Wadhams, NY)
AAP - Annals of Applied Probability (Institute of Mathematical Statistics)
AAP - American Atheist Press
AAP - Advanced Apprenticeship Programme (various companies)
AAP - Advanced Audio Processing (various organizations)
AAP - Africa Alliance for Peace
AAP - Agence Acilion Presse (French: Acilion Press Agency)
AAP - Advanced Academic Program (Virginia)
AAP - Aam Aadmi Party (political party; India)
AAP - Academic Action Plan (various schools)
AAP - Acute Anterior Poliomyelitis (disease)
AAP - Acquisition Advisory Panel

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