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OPOriginal Poster
OPOpinion
OPOperator (IRC)
OPOpus (Latin: A Work; used in referring to music)
OPOperation/Operational
OPOriginal Poster (internet newsgroups and message boards)
OPOther People
OPOne Piece (Anime)
OPOcean Pacific
OPOpera
OPOut of Print
OPOutput
OPOffice of the President
OPOpportunity (Ads)
OPOptical
OPOutput (Hyper Logo command)
OPOffice Professional
OPOak Park (Illinois)
OPOpposite (volleyball position)
OPOutput Power
OPOrganized Play (gaming)
OPOutpost (gaming)
OPOperating Profit
OPOrder of Preachers (Roman Catholicism; Dominican)
OPOverland Park (Kansas)
OPOld Patient
OPOral Presentation
OPOutpatient
OPOsteoporosis
OPOff-Peak (time)
OPOperating Procedure(s)
OPOverpowered (gaming)
OPOpening Post (internet message boards)
OPOrder Processing
OPOutreach Program
OPOne Power (Wheel of Time series)
OPOlympic Peninsula (Washington)
OPOffice of Policy (Social Security)
OPOptimus Prime (Leader of the Autobots, icon of the 80s)
OPOperating Pressure
OPOperator Panel
OPOil Pulling
OPOpposing Party (legal notation and billing)
OPObservation Point
OPOrganophosphate (insecticide)
OPOffice Productivity (course)
OPOptical Power
OPOrder of Precedence
OPObservation Post
OPOsuuspankki (Finnish banking cooperative)
OPOperationssaal (German: Operating Room)
OPOriginal Production
OPOpen Pollinated (botany)
OPOrganophosphorus (pesticide)
OPOld Persian (linguistics)
OPOropharynx (anatomy)
OPOsmotic Pressure
OPOperation Phoenix (San Bernadino, CA after school program)
OPOperating Plan
OPOxidative Phosphorylation
OPOpportunities Page (CECOM)
OPOffensive Power (online gaming)
OPOperations Order
OPOrdinis Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers)
OPOrdo Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers; formal name of Dominicans, a Catholic religious institution)
OPOrthographic Projection
OPOver Powered (gaming)
OPOperations Procedures
OPOxygen Pressure
OPOutpatient Pharmacy
OPOperational Program
OPOther Procurement
OPOriginal Pack (pharmacology)
OPOrder Point
OPOperation Officer (Navy)
OPOcciput Posterior (fetal position)
OPOil Purifier
OPOperational Picture
OPOsteitis Pubis
OPOrder of the Pelican (Society for Creative Anachronism)
OPOperation Point
OPOpponens Pollicis
OPOuvrier Professionnel (French: Professional Worker)
OPOptional Procedure
OPOral Production (test)
OPOccupation Permit (Hong Kong)
OPOperations Panel
OPOlden Polynice (basketball player)
OPOriginating Party
OPOligodendrocyte Progenitor
OPOver-Proof (of alcohol)
OPOperation Register
OPOpacity Project
OPOral Participation
OPOptimal Partitioning (sectorization method)
OPOrbit Prediction
OPOperator Personal
OPOperator-Promoter
OPOrbiter Payload
OPOrienteering Problem
OPOrdnance Pamphlet
OPOhjelmointiputka (Finnish programming site)
OPOutpicked (gaming)
OPOrdnance Publication
OPOperational Phase/Project
OPOvernight Per Diem
OPDominican Sisters of Divine Providence (religious order)
OPOpponents Pollicis
OPOverlap Pulsing
References in classic literature ?
Several stations which had lately been erected in the country were continually infested with savages, stealing their horses and killing the men at every opportunity.
Anselmo believed him, and to afford him an opportunity more free and less liable to surprise, he resolved to absent himself from his house for eight days, betaking himself to that of a friend of his who lived in a village not far from the city; and, the better to account for his departure to Camilla, he so arranged it that the friend should send him a very pressing invitation.
Unless I should chance to have the opportunity I have so long waited of battling with Tal Hajus.
On the other side, prudence bids us profit by the first opportunity to leave the Nautilus.
These opportunities, therefore, made those men fortunate, and their high ability enabled them to recognize the opportunity whereby their country was ennobled and made famous.
To secure ourselves against defeat lies in our own hands, but the opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.
Jane looked well, and Elizabeth had little opportunity of studying her spirits, amidst the various engagements which the kindness of her aunt had reserved for them.
When I thought of the length of time that might intervene before a similar chance of escape would be presented, I bitterly lamented that I had not the power of availing myself effectually of the present opportunity.
Henry, overjoyed to have her go, bowed and watched her off, and without losing another moment, turned instantly to Fanny, and, taking out some letters, said, with a most animated look, "I must acknowledge myself infinitely obliged to any creature who gives me such an opportunity of seeing you alone: I have been wishing it more than you can have any idea.
The English-speaking specimens, too, I have not been willing to neglect the opportunity to examine; and among these I have paid special attention to the American varieties, of which I find here several singular examples.
They could none of them help perceiving that Sir James was no Solomon; but I had positively forbidden Frederica complaining to Charles Vernon or his wife, and they had therefore no pretence for interference; though my impertinent sister, I believe, wanted only opportunity for doing so.
A man in the position of a servant has plenty of opportunity of watching his betters and forming opinions regarding them.
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