OKPOperational Kernel Process
OKPOK Player
OKPOne of a Kind Production
OKPOostenrijkse Kortharige Pinscher (Dutch: Austrian Shorthaired Pinscher; dog breed)
OKPOnline Knowledge Product
OKPOur Kids Publications, Ltd. (Mississauga, Canada)
OKPOnline Kitchen Party
OKPOpening Knight Players (theater group)
OKPOperation Key Point (manufacturing)
OKPOur Kind of People
OKPOnion Knight Project
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Based on AADK's assessment, he said, the number of relapsed drug addicts who were rehabilitated after going through the OKP programme for two years, was 8,449 people, or 55 per cent of the total of 15,249 addicts.
This paper examines the likelihood that OKP's "gift" to Brooke and the cloth that eventually found its way to the British Museum are one and the same.
(6) Lebur apis were the apogee of a woman demonstrating her skills during the time of OKP, and therefore the pool of weavers able to do them was relatively small.
SCO is positioning the OKP layer as a means for companies who have outgrown OpenServer on a uniprocessor machine to move to bigger iron.
OKP offers Xenix compatibility and supports applications written for OpenServer 5.0.4, 5.0.5, 5.0.6, and 5.0.7 (the latter being the current release).
OKP Kalong's ancestry can be traced to the Danau Melayu or Lake District on the upper Kapuas, in Kalimantan Barat.
After the demise of his father, Kalong's traditional succession as Orang Kaya was ratified by the government; he was promoted to Orang Kaya Pemanca (OKP) in 1956.
Corral's first major deal was on March 16, 1994, when it acquired Stockholm-based OK Petroleum AB (OKP) for $738m.