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OPIEOpen Palmtop Integrated Environment (window manager for Linux on PDAs)
OPIEOffice pour l'Information Eco Entomologique
OPIEOhio Program of Intensive English (Ohio University)
OPIEOne-Time Password in Everything (UNIX authentication method)
OPIEOperational Programme Industry and Enterprise (Czech Republic)
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Opie is confident that infanticide drove many primates to live in pairs.
His result: Before any of the social traits associated with monogamy appeared, Opie saw signs of high rates of outside males killing babies.
Identity politics is important to Opie, including the identity of the artist, and the methods necessary to make a body of work.
Whether one starts at the top or bottom of Guggenheim's spiral ramp, the wild extremities of Opie's work look back to these rather melancholy images, anchoring (or alienating further) her matter-of-fact investigations of the outside world.
"Julian Opie: Signs" opened in late September and will remain in Indianapolis for a year.
With these new lines, "we're trying to be a contender," Opie said.
Pierce's excellent Broadview edition of Amelia Opie's The Father and Daughter (1801) and Dangers of Coquetry (1790) fills an important gap in the scholarship of Amelia Opie and the literature of the nineteenth century.
The back of the vehicle is a steel ramp of some unspecified dedication that Opie Ortiz seems destined to draw upon.
Media conglomerate Viacom has agreed to a record $3.5 million settlement with the FCC to cover a number of radio indecency fines, including those levied against the Howard Stern and Opie & Anthony shows.
Even as Amelia Opie becomes a better appreciated and more established writer in "novel studies," it is important to remember that Opie herself eschewed the novelistic label for her works.
Langridge, Cairns, Opie English National Opera Orchestra and Chorus, David Atherton, conductor, Tim Albery, director.