American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. observation post
- abbr. Roman Catholic Church Order of Preachers (Dominican)
- abbr. out of print
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An assimilated form of ob- before p.
- In music, an abbreviation of the Latin word opus, a work: used in citing a composer's works by their numbers.
- An abbreviation of Opera; of opposite.
“Whit, the OP is about middle school kids. 13s and 14s. 14-yr-olds frequently enter into entanglements with much older kids and even adults.”
“Laura (southernxyl): Whit, the OP is about middle school kids. 13s and 14s. 14-yr-olds frequently enter into entanglements with much older kids and even adults.”
“PS on 'faces' I noticed one of the faces on your OP is a picture of Frank Lloyd Wright, a brilliant American architect, like me he had a Welsh mother!”
“Rick in OP, Levin's not "hiding in his office", he's doing the People's work, he was elected to do what he's doing.”
“The G (N) OP is dooming itself just as you say with their misogynist attitudes, homophobia, zenophonbia, racism, warmongering and greed.”
“Now, if the OP is socially awkward herself and wants to meet more socially awkward people, then I guess maybe you're right.”
“The OP is advising people to capitalize on a market that was way inflated to begin with.”
“I believe the OP is comparing the "buy high sell low" strategy to the stock market, not any other aspect.”
“The OP is not going to Guad for a vacation, and wants an inexpensive place to stay while they do the medical tests.”
“The protocol has provisions for RPs to know what kind of authentication scheme OP is using; I would think this suggests that RP can decide whether that authentication is sufficient for its purpose and if it decides otherwise it can reject that OP.”
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