WOPP

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AcronymDefinition
WOPPWhite Oil Pipeline Project (Pakistan)
WOPPWork, Organizational and Personnel Psychology (research group; University of Leuven; Leuven, Belgium)
WOPPWithout Proper Papers
WOPPWork Order Prioritization Panel
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Sheriff Douglas Allan twice delayed fining Rodrigues to allow him to provide full details of his finances but he once again appeared without proper papers.
KOFU, Japan - Japanese immigration authorities issued a special residency permit Friday to an Iranian family of four who have been living in Japan without proper papers for a number of years, family members said.
THE government has refused to reveal how many immigrants and asylum seekers without proper papers slip through the net when entering Britain through Liverpool John Lennon airport.
And there are the worries that pervade editors' offices these days, about whether the hardships facing anonymous foreigners without proper papers are an issue that any reader cares about.
He said: "These people were found on Yugoslav territory without proper papers and with materials not used for normal purposes.
Despite the cordon and the regular warnings, thousands of people without proper papers invariably attempt to push their luck and way into the city, often by taking rugged dirt roads and through hills.
The authorities are nothing more than free policemen for these companies because they will seize any product that enters the country without proper papers showing that he is the exclusive dealer of these items," Berro said.
A team of 20 officers from the UK Border Agency raided the PCS Food Group poultry processing factory in Oxford Street, Bilston, where they found four people working without proper papers.
Robinson agreed, saying the term "illegal immigrant" was misleading because being in this country without proper papers is a civil, not a criminal, violation.
His mates are concerned that he won't be able to leave Belgium without proper papers but Gerry's not worried.
Thousands of people without proper papers have been attempting to enter the city in western Saudi Arabia, often by taking rugged dirt roads and through hills to reach the sacred sites.
A large number of workers, mostly from Asian countries, availed of the offer and left Oman but a very big number chose to stay back without proper papers, prompting the government's crackdown.