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COP

Abbreviation for coatomer protein.

COP

1. Capillary osmotic pressure.
2. Colloid oncotic pressure.
3. Cyclophosphamide, Oncovin–vincristine, prednisone.

COP

colloid osmotic pressure.
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Investigation of this incident demonstrated that the elements of an attempted suicide by cop were present.
When CoPs succeed, we all benefit, not only at Keyport but throughout the greater community of the Department of the Navy
In NYPD Blue, he repeatedly asks us to see urban life through the eyes of the cops.
This fact brings the white cops to Harlem in full racist force: "'Rope off this whole goddamned area,' the sergeant said.
In Bochco's world, as in ours, moral dilemmas and social issues get articulated verbally and dramatically, as they don't on COPS.
Brent Bozell III said, "Surveys have shown that one in every three cops on television today is the villain.
It is the beat cops who make the difference--often a huge difference.
A dangerous oversight like that doesn't mean Hankins is a lousy cop.
The success of this initial COP program became clear when the following spring, the parents of the children on the softball teams held an end-of-season picnic and invited the FBI volunteers as honored guests.
The COP Master Class is a four-day intensive program covering the entire Outsourcing Professional Body of Knowledge (OPBOK) that enables those who successfully complete it to earn half of the 150 points needed towards certification.
People are attracted to a cop on a horse in a way they are not to a patrol car.
With proper planning, however, law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve can enjoy the fruits of COP without becoming embroiled in problems.