1A surgical operation: a minor op
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- 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.
1.1 (ops) Military operations: [as modifier]: the ops room
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- I'm not sure why, other than many critics don't know squat about military ops.
- Third, I think it's interesting to note that the CIA is one of the leading employers taking personnel away from military special ops.
- Weather has a huge impact on military ops, ‘from the mud to the sun’ as they say.
2A radio or telephone operator.
- When you have those ops interconnected with each other, you are going to get quality problems, and I think that's one of the major issues at the moment.
- It's a tricky equation - one few cable ops can afford to lose.
- The question for cable ops is who can get and keep that digital box into the home, and who can make more incremental cash flow?
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- 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) Order of Preachers (Dominican).
[Latin Ordo Praedicatorum]
- 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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