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AcronymDefinition
POPPoint Of Presence
POPPost Office Protocol (Internet email protocol)
POPPopular
POPPoint Of Purchase
POPPiece Of Paper
POPPackage on Package (integrated circuits)
POPPopulation
POPPremium Only Plan (employee benefit plan)
POPPacific Ocean Park (nautical theme park)
POPPower of Prayer
POPParallel Ocean Program (Global Ocean Model)
POPPlaster of Paris
POPPiece of Pie
POPPelvic Organ Prolapse
POPPersistent Organic Pollutant
POPPower Of The Pen
POPPeriod Of Performance
POPPay One Price
POPPassing Out Parade
POPPlace of Performance
PoPPlanes of Power (Everquest expansion)
POPPicture Outside Picture (television feature)
POPPoint of Production
POPPop From Stack
POPPower of Prevention (American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists)
POPPrinting-Out Paper
POPPoint of Penetration
POPPerformance Oriented Packaging
POPPissed Off Person
POPProlyl Oligopeptidase
POPPokémon Organized Play
POPPicture of Performance (human resources)
POPPlacement of Product (marketing)
POPParks Opportunity Program (New York, NY)
POPPlug-in Optronic Payload
POPPain on Palpation
POPParent Orientation Program (various colleges/universities)
POPPeak Overpressure
POPPolar Orbiting Platform (ASPRS)
POPPuerto Plata, Dominican Republic - La Union (Airport Code)
POPProfessional Options Package
POPPackage-Oriented Programming
POPPayment on Principal (lending)
POPPrecision Optical Performance
POPPicture on Profile (roleplaying gaming)
POPProofs-Of-Principle
POPProdigies of Peace
POPPost Office Preferred (envelope size which conforms to Post Office requirement)
POPProcessing of Precursor
POPPlasma Oscillation Probe
POPProcessor on Plug-In (H/W)
POPPeak Optical Power
POPPerpendicular to Orbital Plane
POPPremium Offset Plan (insurance)
POPProject Objective Plan
POPPresensitized Offset Plate
POPPersistent Occipitoposterior Position (complication of labor and delivery)
POPPulsed Optically Pumped (quantum optical physics)
POPParity of Product
POPPower Optimization Problem
POPPre-Teens Oppose Prohibition (Kids Next Door show)
POPPipeline Outfit, Petroleum
POPProtected Outperformance Participation Unit
POPPustaka-On-Phone
POPProgestogen-Only Pill (contraception)
POPPrincess of Power (She-Ra toy and animated TV show)
POPPublic Offering Price (finance)
POPPrison Outreach Program
POPPurchase Order Processing
POPPrinciples of Partnership (various organizations)
POPProof of Principle
POPPrincipal-Only Payment (loans)
POPPursuit of Perfection (gaming)
POPPut on Production
POPPower of Partnership (various organizations)
POPPlenty of Parking
POPPort of Portland (various locations)
POPProbability of Paternity
POPProbability of Precipitation
POPProblem Oriented Policing
POPProgram Operating Plan
POPProof of Performance
POPProof of Product (validate/verify vendor's part number)
POPPrince of Peace
POPProcess Operating Procedure
POPProof Of Purchase
POPPrince of Persia (video game)
POPProper Operating Procedure (military)
POPPercent of Precipitation (meteorology)
POPPrinciples of Persuasion (workshop)
POPPalestinian Opinion Pulse (Jerusalem Media and Communication Center)
POPProphets of Profit
References in classic literature ?
There warn't no more popular man in town than what that undertaker was.
I knew Charles the Second very well - one of the most popular comedians in the English section - draws first rate.
He was very popular with the people, and was the judge's dearest friend.
Your aunt Sally says he hates to go into the pulpit he's so ashamed; and the people have begun to cool toward him, and he ain't as popular now as he used to was.
They were not exactly popular favorites, but they did receive certain undesirable morsels from the more charitable housewives.
These dear souls came not to Sab- bath school because it was popular to do so, nor did I teach them because it was reputable to be thus engaged.
You were very popular before you came, because you were Mr.
Mary had indeed been rather like him herself and since she had been at Misselthwaite had gradually discovered that her own manners had not been of the kind which is usual or popular.
There was no doubt of it: in the popular phrase, "her luck had turned.
Cruncher himself always spoke of the year of our Lord as Anna Dominoes: apparently under the impression that the Christian era dated from the invention of a popular game, by a lady who had bestowed her name upon it.
and as I repeated it enthusiastically, it seemed to have a certain familiarity for my ear,--as though it were the name of some famous beauty or some popular actress,--yet the exact association eluded me, and obviously it was better it should remain a name of mystery.
Here and there, stages had been erected for the play at quarter-staff, a highly popular sport.