OPHR

AcronymDefinition
OPHROlympic Project for Human Rights
OPHROffice of Public Health Research (US CDC)
OPHROld Phrygian (linguistics)
OPHROperating Hour
OPHROpen Paraesophageal Hernia Repair
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It was the latter's cox, Paul Hoffman, who lent his OPHR badge to Peter Norman, who wished to demonstrate his solidarity on the podium.
With those odds, it would be foolish for a batter to take big swings and risk striking out, especially in ballparks where the odds of an OPHR were limited by distant or non-existent fences.
The OPHR's boycott of the Olympics eventually fell apart, and two of the black athletes took it upon themselves to carry out their own form of protest.
(24.) Because coal constitutes most of the kcal used to generate electricity, OPHR [approximately equal to] (Coal per kWh)*(Heating Value of Coal).
For instance, JET's article did not reference the Olympic Project for Human Rights (OPHR), a Black Power effort to raise awareness of institutionalized racism by organizing an African American boycott of the 1968 Olympics.
8 May 2018 - UK-based Ophir Energy plc (LSE: OPHR) has agreed to acquire a package of Southeast Asian assets from Australian oil and gas firm Santos Ltd for an aggregate cash consideration of USD 205m pre-working capital adjustments, subject to certain approvals, the company said.
28 April 2015 - UK-based oil and gas explorer Ophir Energy plc (LSE: OPHR) has completed the acquisition of four deepwater production sharing contracts in Indonesia from Canadian oil and gas company Niko Resources, Ophir said on Tuesday.