OPPOR

AcronymDefinition
OPPOROpportunity
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The good news is that there is reason for optimism, with workloads, profits and employ ment all forecast to deliver growth over the next 12 months and it is now the responsibility of industry to invest in training and technology to ensure it capitalises on these oppor tunities."
A drop-in session is being arranged for October 18, which will allow interested companies to talk to the council about this oppor tunity.
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Graham Bowling, associate at Knight Frank's Liverpool office, said: "This high profile property comes as a rare opportunity with considerable demand for prime investment oppor tunities.
Police say a minority see the oppor tunity to commit offences by confusing or frightening the elderly.
``It's all about taking the oppor tunity when it's handed to you.''
"It was brilliant to play against Hull, and I'm very grateful to the manager and his staff for giving me the oppor tunity.
The long-term aim is qualification for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver and Thompson says his job with Blaze gives him the perfect oppor' tunity to weigh up his options in his role as national coach.
THE Israeli businessman linked to the consortium considering a possible takeover of West Ham is reported to be interested because of the "real estate oppor tunity".
"I would like to thank Sussex for the oppor tunities, experiences and support I have enjoyed."
"She's a bit of an oppor tunist," says Bergman, adding Oksana is "very talented".
Mr Sayers, of Ponteland, regularly attends Newcastle Jobcentre and said there is a distinctly more apparent lack of job oppor - tunities now than in the past.