INOP

AcronymDefinition
INOPInoperative
INOPInstituut voor Nationale Onderwijs Promotie (Dutch: Institute National Education Promotion)
INOPInnovative Neighborhood-Oriented Policing (various locations)
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Last pore (in cephalic direction) of the INOP arranged in parallel row with respect to the SOP .
Today, New York is implementing a citywide community policing effort involving some of the lessons learned from its INOP project.
INOP, in the remarks column, means nothing to the ASC shop because it doesn't describe what's not working in what situation.
Noting that DME can remain operative while the VOR is INOP, this alternate procedure fulfills the requirement.
current with inops in both prose and verse) qualifies the assessment, this being art without substance [.
nec inops dicendi: una sabiduria que no poseyera todos los elementos que procura la ilocucion resultaria, ella tambien, inerme frente al mundo;
victoriae Oileus nonstriatus (2) Alcohol Proculejus hirtus * (4) Alcohol Proculejus brevis * Alcohol Passalus inops * Alcohol Pseudacanthus sp.
Tunc enim miscri homines et, quod peius est, etiam fideles sumentes species monstmosas in ferarum habitu transformantur alii femineo gestu demutati uirilem uultum effeminant; nonnulli etiam de fanatica adhuc consuetudine quibusdam ipso die obseruationum auguriis profanantur: perstrepunt omnia saltantium pedibus, tripudiantium plausibus; quod que his turpius nefas, nexis inter se utriusque sexus choris, inops animi, furens uino, turba miscitur.
En la revision mas reciente del genero se afirma que este cuenta con cuatro especies, resaltando Engelimyia inops Walker, 1849 por su atraccion hacia heces humanas y materia animal en descomposicion, como pescado (Pape y MelloPatiu 2006).
squalentem sublata comam liventiaque ora ungue premens--nec iam infelix miserandaque, verum terror inest lacrimis--per et arma et corpora passim canitiem impexam dira tellure volutans quaerit inops natos .
Inops (indigente), en cambio, es aquel que carece de opes (medios), el que no posee lo necesario para la vida, tanto materialmente como a menudo tambien <culturalmente>.
Sermonem discute quis sit virtus Crudus an excoctus, succosus an aridus, hirtus An comptus, rudis an excultus, inops an optimus.