aps would then buy the solar panels and equipment, and hire installers to set them up.
In 2010, in what it says was the first such effort by a U.S. utility, aps placed panels on 125 homes in Flagstaff—for no charge.
The aps, when baked brown, are taken off the plate, and eaten hot or stored away for future use.
It is doubtful if aps here really means the great abyss of waters from out of which the world was called.
The “chupatees” or “aps” of India are usually made from meal ground in mills of this description.
A couple of the younger people at the table picked up two of the aps and headed for the hallway.
It may be noted that the character of aps and Tiamat in this portion of the poem is quite at variance with their later actions.
abbreviation of Associated Press, first recorded 1879; the organization was founded May 1848 as co-operative news gathering effort among New York City newspaper publishers covering the war with Mexico.