STOPS


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AcronymDefinition
STOPSScottish Theatre Organ Preservation Society (est. 1972)
STOPSSaskatchewan Towards Offering Partnership Solutions to Violence (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
STOPSSimultaneous Transport of Particle Sets
STOPSStudents Together Offering Peer Support
STOPSState Troopers Offering Peer Support
STOPSState Operation Pipeline Seizures
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A Sioux chief, wishing to stop the train, but not knowing how to work the regulator, had opened wide instead of closing the steam-valve, and the locomotive was plunging forward with terrific velocity.
Fogg had not time to stop the brave fellow, who, opening a door unperceived by the Indians, succeeded in slipping under the car; and while the struggle continued and the balls whizzed across each other over his head, he made use of his old acrobatic experience, and with amazing agility worked his way under the cars, holding on to the chains, aiding himself by the brakes and edges of the sashes, creeping from one car to another with marvellous skill, and thus gaining the forward end of the train.
She had nothing for it now, therefore, but to run after the chaise, and to call to Mr Abel to stop.
Many"--she came to a full stop, and looked me searchingly in the face--"many men of the rank of Baronet?
You stop at one of those big hotels over the bridge--they're packed full of Americans.
I shan't hate fresh air if we can find--" He remembered just in time to stop himself from saying "if we can find the secret garden" and he ended, "I shall like to go out with you if Dickon will come and push my chair.
With the first full puff of the smoke he gave over his moans and yelps, the agitation began to fade out of him, and Daughtry, appreciatively waiting, saw the trembling go out of his hands, the pendulous lip-quivering cease, the saliva stop flowing from the corners of his mouth, and placidity come into the fiery remnants of his eyes.
He could not in conscience - not even George's conscience - object, though he did suggest that, perhaps, it would be better for him to stop in the boat, and get tea ready, while Harris and I towed, because getting tea was such a worrying work, and Harris and I looked tired.
My word, three monsoon finish, boy stop along me come back.
I must calm myself and think things over,' he said to himself, but yet he could not stop, and continued to urge the horse on, without noticing that he was now going with the wind instead of against it.
Graham says we ain't to stop there when there's time to construe more.
I ordered the driver to stop because I thought it would please you, as you are said to love flowers, and especially that the feast of which is celebrated to-day.