APR - in Other Uses

In Other Uses

  • Annual percentage rate, the interest rate computed for an entire year
    • The term includes the nominal APR and the effective APR
  • Abdominoperineal resection
  • April, the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar
  • Academic Progress Rate, an NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) guideline
  • Accreditation in Public Relations
  • Adleman–Pomerance–Rumely primality test to check whether a given number is prime
  • African Peer Review Mechanism, an African Union self-monitoring mechanism
  • Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions
  • Alternative Press Review, a left-wing American political magazine
  • Andy Petree Racing, stock car auto racing
  • Appian Publications & Recordings
  • The Chief Scouts' Advance Party Report, a review of Scouting, with international implications, that took place in the UK in 1966
  • Apple Premium Reseller, stores (ratified by Apple) specializing in the sales of Apple Macintosh products.

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