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Arp or ARP may refer to:
- Andrice Arp (born 1969), U.S. comics artist and illustrator
- Halton Arp (1927–2013), American astronomer
- Arp number, a numbering system for galaxies, designed by Halton Arp
- Jean Arp (1886–1966), German-French artist
- Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889–1943), Swiss artist
Businesses and organizations
- ARP (laboratory), a software-development group for digital humanities
- Adaptation Reporting Power, a provision and reports under the UK 2008 Climate Change Act
- Air Raid Precautions, a British civil-defence organisation (1924–1946)
- Airport Reference Point, the approximate geometric center of all usable runways of an airport
- Anti Revolutionary Party (Dutch Anti-Revolutionaire Partij), a defunct (1879–1980) Dutch political party
- Area redevelopment plan, an urban planning tool provided in the Alberta Municipal Government Act
- ARP (band), consisting of Mark Rae and Rhys Adams
- ARP Instruments, Inc., early manufacturer of electronic music synthesizers
- ARP synthesizers, any synthesizer manufactured by ARP Instruments, Inc.
- Arpeggio, a musical technique where notes in a chord are played or sung in sequence.
- Active Rollover Protection
- Address Resolution Protocol, a computer networking protocol
- ARP spoofing, a networking attack on Address Resolution Protocol
- Aerospace Recommended Practice, in Society of Automotive Engineers#Aerospace standards
- Autoradiopuhelin ("car radio phone"), in Finland, the first commercially operated public mobile phone network
- arp, the ISO 639-3 code for the Arapaho language, a Native American language
- arp, the customary symbol for the arpent, an obsolete agrarian unit of distance and area measurement
- Arp, a rosemary cultivar
- Arp2/3 complex, a protein
- Arp, Tennessee
- Arp, Texas
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