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SOP

Abbreviation for:
scope of practice
self-oriented perfectionism
sensory organ precursor
sleep onset period
standard of performance
standard operating procedure 
string of pearls
superior oblique paresis

SOP

1. Standard operating plan/procedure, see there.
2. Surgical outpatient.
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If the attacker cannot rely on SOJ cover alone, his raiders may use ESJ/SSJ resources, or chaff.
For the SOJ test, the digital and RE portions of the SUT are split between the facilities.
'It was therefore plain error on the part of the CA to have ruled that SOJ (Emmanuel) Caparas virtually had no option but to affirm the findings of the DOJ Task Force and (Justice Undersecretary Jose) Justiniano as to the alleged absence of probable cause to charge respondent,' it added.
A analise descritiva das lavouras temporarias destacou que as maiores producoes de graos no periodo de 1995 a 2006 no Rio Grande do Sul foram a soj a, o arroz e o milho.
The radar SOJ module is used to model jamming effects on early warning acquisition, track/launch and illuminate/guidance radars.
It was an undersecretary who signed the resolution, not the SOJ. As with all other infamous resolutions lately hounding the DOJ, they can't afford not to rectify their palpable mistake on this one," Cabal added.
The EF-111s can operate in a stand-off jam mode (SOJ), closein jam mode (CIJ) or can ingress with the package to the target area.
Tenders are invited for soj - ghe - street lighting maintenance term service contract
"As new SOJ (Secretary of Justice) I will make sure that this will be so," added Guevarra who only took over as justice secretary last April 11.
'PRRD to SOJ: Pag-nakawala yan si Lim at Espinosa, sya [Aguirre] ang ipapalit ko [If Lim and Espinosa escape, I will put him in jail.) I can review that dismissal order.
Dessa forma, uma melhor descricao dos valores foi obtida com a divisao do perfil da planta de soj a em duas metades (superior e inferior), no momento da leitura de severidade.