1A surgical or other operation.
- More worrying is that they are encouraged to use national health beds and operating theaters to do private ops the next day.
- Next month, she will have been off booze and cocaine for three years and ops to rebuild her nose have been a success.
- ‘It varies from traumatic amputation landmine injuries, gunshot wounds, motor vehicle accidents or elective cases through to minor ops,’ he said.
Words that rhyme with opatop, bop, chop, clop, cop, crop, dop, drop, Dunlop, estop, flop, fop, glop, hop, intercrop, knop, kop, lop, mop, plop, pop, prop, screw-top, shop, slop, sop, stop, strop, swap, tiptop, top, underprop, whop
- The results showed that cumulative OP exposure from about two-dozen foods often exceeded a child's acceptable Reference Dose (RfD).
- Fresh and processed apples account for over one-half of total OP exposure and risk for children.
- If EPA stays on course, most high-risk OP exposures will be either eliminated or dramatically reduced.
4(In the Roman Catholic Church) Ordo Praedicatorum Order of Preachers (Dominican).
- Maciej Zieba, OP, Hittinger himself, and others gave lectures on Catholic social thought to two dozen senior undergraduate and graduate students from America and Eastern Europe.
- Jackie Hudson, OP, 67, entered the Grand Rapids Dominicans on Sept.8, 1952.
- Ardeth Platte, OP, 66, became a Grand Rapids Dominican Sister on Sept.8, 1954.
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