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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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The bodies of the deceased cops were shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital where the Medico-Legal Officer on duty declared all were brought dead to the hospital.
At the center of this confusion is the Black Cop whose racial schizophrenia results from his violations of legal, communal, and sexual taboos.
Yet despite the visibility of illegal immigration in Fresno, Autry backs the local statute that prohibits cops like Farmer from reporting undocumented workers to the feds.
There are 32 Communities of Practice topics identified; however, Keyport has initiated seven CoPs to set the stage for others to follow.
or can be made to fit a file at a cop shop) have been shown to be just stories among stories, even as our star is a star among stars?
Hard on her heels is the suspect's sister, a combative, multi-braided militant who immediately accuses the cops of police brutality.
But this particular nod from their white superiors functions differently for the white cops than it does for Coffin Ed and Grave Digger.
Having made their statement out of Sacramento and Portland, and having freed themselves from the harassment and intimidation they sometimes experienced, the timber cops feel a sense of relief, even hope, these days.
Byfield and Tobier gave us the Cop Sculpture map in much the same spirit.
The methodology results in a rating that is up to two notches higher than the stronger of the two credits if the following conditions are met: (1) both entities have a rating of 'A' or higher; (2) the transaction is structured such that payments from both the municipal issuer and the bank are in the flow of funds and both entities would have to fail to perform before the COPs defaulted; and (3) the credit of the bank and the rated obligor have no more than a medium degree of correlation.
The move, opposed by the union representing LAPD cops, comes in the wake of the televised flashlight-beating of car-theft suspect Stanley Miller.
Given their training, experience, education, and, most important, their gut instincts--and just plain guts--beat cops respond and take care of business.