OPTS

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AcronymDefinition
OPTSOpportunity to Succeed (substance abuse program)
OPTSOrganization of Parents Through Surrogacy
OPTSOlder Persons Tenants' Service (Ultimo, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
OPTSOpen POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface for Unix) Test Suite
OPTSOver-the-Air Programming Teleservice
OPTSEPA Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances
OPTSOneida Public Transit System (Wisconsin)
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Miss Veet Pakistan is on the mission to make all the girls beautiful, giving them an opportunity to succeed.
JEREMY Corbyn deserves an opportunity to succeed or fail on his own terms after winning the Labour leadership with more votes than his party rivals put together MPs refusing to accept his rule should get real because Corbyn isn't going anywhere soon, while the man himself must reach out to opponents in the search for a consensus.
I would like to thank the dedicated, hardworking team of staff at Nortonthorpe Hall who are giving pupils the opportunity to succeed and encourage readers to find out more about the school by looking at its website.
Cllr Peredur Jenkins, chair of the appointment panel, said: "A " rwyn brings a wealth of"A experience, which will be an asset to the council's efforts to further raise standards and provide the county's pupils with the best possible opportunity to succeed.
As long as you are still trying, then it's not over yet and you still have an opportunity to succeed.
That should never be the case because every child should have the same opportunity to succeed in life.
We must ensure that every man and woman in this department has the opportunity to succeed, excel, and reach their full potential.
It is the system that is to be blamed for not providing them with the opportunity to succeed.
He went of saying that, "When Iraq solves its problems, it can solve others' problems, capable of utilizing its wealth for the good of its people; we are before a genuine opportunity to succeed through adopting right investment's environment.
Jenny Jones, Commercial Manager at Conwy-based GM Jones Ltd offered her support, and said: "While the industry is considered 'male dominated' in my experience I have found that on the whole you are judged on merit, and with hard work and determination there is great opportunity to succeed.
YENE chief executive, Catherine Marchant, said: "We want to give young people every opportunity to succeed in this challenging scramble for university places.
I am committed to making sure the people living here are given the opportunity to succeed.