UPOF

AcronymDefinition
UPOFUtility Plant Office Facility (Purdue University; West Lafayette, IN)
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'If the missiles can be stopped without a ramping upof military activity in Gaza, it will be preferable for everyone'
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Andmuchof our reserve teamthese days is made upof young players who have progressed through the youthranks.
Christmas pudding and mincepies are also mostly made upof dried fruits such as raisins, currants and sultanas, which are all good sources of antioxidants.
The lounge bar's menu is made upof novel sandwich options (all pounds 4.50) and what would be top-notch bistro nosh (this being a retro experience), like smoked haddock risotto and cumberland sausage with mash (pounds 6.50).