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POPost Office
POPurchase Order
POPetty Officer (military rank)
POPissed Off
POPouces (French: Inches)
POPiss Off
POPer Os (Latin: by mouth, orally)
POParole Officer
POPoint of Order
POProgram Office(r)
POPut Out
POProduct Owner (software development)
POPacific Ocean
POProject Officer
POPolice Officer
POPortugal (Including Azores Island & Madeirais)
POPostal Order
POPhone Order (medical)
POPeak Oil
POPortsmouth (UK postal code)
POPhysical Oceanography
POPort Orchard (Washington)
POPeace Operations (US DoD)
POPalm Oil
POPulmonary Oedema
POPull Off (guitar playing technique)
POPrivate Organization
POPurchasing Office
POPrice Objective
POPrevious Owner
POPrimary Objective
POProbation Officer
POPlatforma Obywatelska (Citizens Platform, Poland)
POProduction Order
POPartial Order
POPort Officer (US Navy)
POPerformance Objective
POPresiding Officer
POPropylene Oxide
POPartner Organization
POPor Orden (Spanish: on Behalf of and By Order Of)
POPeace Out
POProgram Operations
POPreparedness Officer (US FEMA)
POPartido Obrero (Argentina political party)
POPolikarpov (Soviet aircraft designer)
POProcurement Officer
POPick Off
POPayment Order
POPersonnel Officer
POPrevious Orders
POPayload Operator (US DoD)
POPresidential Office
POPhysical Optics
POPrincipal Only
POPilot Officer (Royal Air Force)
POPrato, Toscana (Italian province)
POPoint of Observation
POOfficer Personnel Division (US Navy)
POProcess Owner
POPatent Overflow (plumbing)
POProcurement Operations
POProject Order
POParity Odd
POPlanning Order
PODisney's Port Orleans Resort
POPostal Operator (PostEurop)
POPump Operator (fire department)
POPlanning Objective
POPersonnel & Organization
POPatrologia Orientalis
POPacket Oriented
POProvocative Operation (Edward De Bono)
POPeace Opportunity
POPolítica Operativa (Italian: Operational Policy)
POProduction Offset
POPreventive Officer
POPhosphorus Monoxide (chemistry)
POPossession of the US (IRB)
POPresiding Overseer
PODirectie Primair Onderwijs (Dutch)
POPartial Overlaps (spatial reasoning)
POProbability of Outage
POPrenegotiation Objective (USACE)
POSand/Dust Whirls (METAR weather)
POPetite Ondes (French: microwave)
POPartition Organized
POPoop Occurs :-)
POPropositioning Objective
POP (Precision Airdrop) System Office (US Air Force)
POProgram Originator Code
POPilot-Only Receiver
POProgram/Procurement Objective
POPrologue Overhead
POPerilmondo Onlus (Sri Lanka; est. 2004)
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According to Greenfield, Without the help from FLETC and the partner organizations we just couldnt have met the childrens needs during the holiday season.
UNHCR Department for International Protection (DIP) will enter into a Project Partnership Agreement (PPA) with the successful partner organization (s).
Consolidation of relations with partner organizations despite frequent personnel changes on the part of the partner organizations
To mark the 16 Days of Activism Campaign this year, PPAF will educate employees and partner organizations via multiple awareness sessions on need of political, social and economic empowerment of women.
The #VetQ initiative, launched by the VA and partner organizations on July 30, encourages veterans to take to Twitter using the hashtag #VetQ to ask questions about their benefits.
Publications are by Population Council staff members, consultants, or staff from partner organizations.
EPA and the partner organizations to ensure standards of practice, training, and certification are established and to promote education for homeowners, regulators, and contractors in the onsite wastewater field.
NRA partner organizations are both public and private institutions that help educate the public by organizing seminars and discussions and distributing brochures and information bulletins at their own location, by e-mail, through their web site or through other communication channels, free of charge.
The National Sports Museum's more than 50 partner organizations include halls of fame such as those for basketball, hockey, college football, soccer and the PGA; national governing bodies such as U.
The groups started as microfinance projects funded by Catholic Relief Services and organized by several of CRS's partner organizations.
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