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OPT

Abbreviation for:
ocular photodynamic therapy
opisthotonos
optic pathway tumour
optician
oral provocation test 
outpatient treatment

opt

To select one thing rather than another.
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To opt out of the Royal Mail's Door to Door service, customers call 08457 950950 or write to: Door to Door Opt Outs, Royal Mail, Kingsmead House, Oxpens Road, Oxford OX1 1RX.
The proposal generally would prohibit an institution from using certain information about a consumer it receives from an affiliate to make a solicitation to the consumer unless the consumer has been given notice and an opportunity to opt out of the solicitation.
In California, unsolicited commercial e-mail must include a toll-free number or return e-mail address that allows the recipient to opt out of further e-mail.
Under the NAIC regulation, for example, a "licensee" (an insurer, producer or another party who is or should be licensed pursuant to state insurance laws) may disclose non-public personal financial information to nonaffiliated third parties, only if the consumer does not opt out.
The most recent Texas Supreme Court case on this matter was decided in June 2000 and held in part that similar coverage to the Texas workers' compensation law benefits are required to be offered by employers for the "waiver to be effective," which may have some impact on the proliferation of opt outs.
A BBC spokesman would only say: "The governors had a devolution review back in May and they are committed to continuing the current plan of opt outs.
Under the proposal, a working group will be set up, consisting of representatives from the member states and the social partners, monitoring the use made of this opt out.
Her angry dad Harry said last night: "I can't believe any government could have allowed a whole area to opt out like this without any safeguards.
The Company cannot estimate at this time how many claims will opt out or whether such claims will result in significant additional liability for the Company.