HOPPS

AcronymDefinition
HOPPSHospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System
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Byline: FROM HEART TO HEART By Nancy Hopps For The Register-Guard
Danish-born Bente Hopps said: "I don't want Anthony Gordon to be freed at all.
It shows Mr Hopps in the clothes he was wearing when last seen.
THE YOUNG WALTER HOPPS was only a year or so into his tenure as director of the Pasadena Art Museum when he mounted a show with a strong claim to be the first museum exhibition devoted to the emergent phenomenon of Pop art.
Open and frank, Hopps' work gives honest insight into the daily struggles she faced as an uninsured teenager battling cancer.
After scoring 44 in partnership with John Chapman (55), Hopps opened the Steelmen's attack and his four-wicket haul, added to the three victims claimed by Dominic McCabe, reduced Backworth to 180 after they had battled right to the end.
The toddler and his mother both lived with Hopps in Plain Township, Ohio.
In fairness, Hopps's title only makes official a long-standing collaboration, one that began with the curator's 1992 Robert Rauschenberg show at the Guggenheim Soho.
Hopps survived her own uterine cancer, diagnosed in 1998.
The object of Taylor's positive energy was Mieka Hopps, an uninsured 20-year-old University of Oregon student battling Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Daniel Lee, Martin Hopps and Christopher Hodgson struck for Willington during the first period when Richard Brodie scored the only goal for Redheugh.
Walter Hopps is founding director of Houston's Menil collection, where he is at present a consulting curator, and art editor of Grand Street magazine.