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OHPOregon Health Plan
OHPOffice of Health Policy (various locations)
OHPOklahoma Highway Patrol (Oklahoma Department of Public Safety)
OHPOchotnicze Hufce Pracy (Polish: Volunteer Labor Corps)
OHPOverhead Projector
OHPOffice of Health Protection (various locations)
OHPover Heat Protection
OHPOpen Hypermedia Protocol
OHPOff Host Processing
OHPover Head Projector
OHPOne Hundred Percent
OHPOccupational Health Program (various organizations)
OHPOpen Humanities Press
OHPOre Handling Plant (mining)
OHPOverhead Press (weightlifting)
OHPOffice of Historic Preservation
OHPOccupational Health Psychology
OHPObservatoire de Haute-Provence (French observatory)
OHPOral History Project
OHPOhio Highway Patrol
OHPOverhead and Profit (also seen as O&P)
OHPOral Health Program
OHPOccupational Health Physician
OHPOpen House Party (radio show)
OHPOxford Health Plans Inc.
OHPOffice of Health Promotion
OHPOne Hour Photo (movie)
OHPOuter Helmholtz Plane
OHPOrder of the Holy Paraclete (Whitby, UK)
OHPOven Hot Process (soap making)
OHPOperation Head Pigeon (Invader Zim fan club)
OHPOrchestre d'Harmonie de Pantin (French)
OHPOver Head Protection
OHPOperational Hydrology Program
OHPOvernight Host Program (University of California, Berkeley)
OHPOverhead on Poles
OHPOcean Hemispheres Project
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With rear projection, the overhead projector is positioned off to the side but in front of the audience area so all have a clear view of the screen.
Because they must project the reflected light epidiascopes need brighter bulbs and larger lenses than overhead projectors
Fifteen computers, three hard drives and three overhead projectors were stolen.
For example, both Dukane and Apollo Audio Visual offer integrated LCD panel/projection systems that do not need an overhead projector.
It has also emerged that the burglars are often stealing overhead projectors and then using them at home to play video games such as PlayStations.
A panel is set on top of an overhead projector, connected to a computer, and the show starts.
February 5, 2005 - overhead projector stolen from Eglwys Newydd school, Church Road, Whitchurch.
Technology firm 3M visited Coatham Marsh nature reserve at Redcar to present an overhead projector to Steve Ashton, Tees Valley Wildlife Trust's people and wildlife manager.