TOPR

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AcronymDefinition
TOPRTeaching Online Pedagogical Repository (various schools)
TOPRTop Right
TOPRTatrzanskie Ochotnicze Pogotowie Ratunkowe (Polish: Tatry Mountains rescue teams)
TOPRTop Ramen (rapper)
TOPRTask Order Proposal Request
TOPRTactical Operation Plan Response (Cologne, Germany)
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"I don't want to wind up eating Top Ramen in 20 years."
The restaurant, which ranks as one of Metro Manila's top ramen joints, was issued a closure order by the city hall for violations of "existing city ordinances," upsetting many of the country's top "foodies."
One thing I did early on with my wife was I made sure that she understood that there will be times where we will eat lobster and there's going to be a lot of Top Ramen, and as with everything, if you set good expectations, it's hard to be upset with that because those are the expectations.
Kendra has revealed that she's been craving Top Ramen noodles and fruit.
"It's either going to be steak or Top Ramen. But this isn't just a stab in the dark, so we should be eating meatloaf."
A highly spicy product named ''Top Ramen'' will be marketed in Indonesia, and fried noodles flavored with turmeric and red chili in India.
A few examples: Campbell's soups, Lay's Doritos, Lay's flavored potato chips, Top Ramen, Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper, Heinz canned gravy, Swanson frozen prepared meals, and Kraft salad dressing.
When times are bad, we boll Top Ramen. When things are looking good, we go out.
Rachel Bristol, executive director of the Oregon Food Bank, tells of a young mother explaining that her family had been eating mostly Top Ramen noodles for about a month.
"A big night for us is to put two flavor packs on the Top Ramen," Nelson quips.
Japan-based Nissin dominates this area, accounting for nearly half of all ramen sales in the United States with its three brands, Cup O' Noodles, Oodles of Noodles, and Top Ramen. By virtue of this, Nissin ranks second in overall dehydrated soup sales, outsold only by Lipton, which claims an estimated 32% market share.
Nissin Foods of Los Angeles, marketer of Top Ramen, Oodles o' Noodles and Cup o' Noodles products, boasted a 13% sales increase in 1984, according to Jim Johns, marketing manager.