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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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The simplest way to allow the class to have the option would be to allow the class to define itself as a group of claimants who have opted or will opt in.
The candidates who opted statistics in B.Sc Part-I and Part-II from Government Degree College Hyderabad, Degree College Qasimabad, Degree College Kotri , Degree College Hala and Government S.M.
For example, the process of changing providers may not be smooth for all Medicare beneficiaries, which may result in beneficiaries not seeking medical care (even from other providers) because their regular provider has opted out
Examples of recent transactions where major tenants have opted to trade up to Class A property include the Equitable Life Assurance Society, consolidating the bulk of their operations from 2 Penn Plaza and 135 West 50th Street to 500,000 square feet at 1290 Avenue of the Americas; Alliance Capital, who also moved from 135 West 50th Street to 1345 Avenue of the Americas for 400,000 square feet; and Anderson, Kill, Olick & Oshinsky P.
The results documented in this paper indicate that firms that opted out of SB 1310 were less likely to have a poison pill in place prior to the law's enactment and had lower insider control of voting rights.
He was introducing his Unsolicited Telephone Communications Bill, which would reverse the current opt-out system for receiving phone marketing calls - requiring Ofcom to keep a register of those who had opted in instead.
Virgin Money said that if people who worked for small or medium sized firms were automatically members of an occupational pension scheme unless they opted out of it, they would collectively save an extra pounds 2.8 billion a year towards retirement through employers' contributions alone.
If they die on return to Wales and have not "opted out", will their organs just be taken?
If Wales becomes the first part of the UK to introduce a "soft" opt-out system, similar to that in Spain of Belgium, everyone would be assumed to be an organ donor at death, unless they had opted out during their lifetime.
This would mean everyone is considered to be an organ donor unless they have specifically opted out during their lifetime, for example by signing a register.
The emotive argument put forward by the Archbishop of Wales suggests that, unless you have opted out, your organs belong to the state and the state will have the right to do with them as it wishes.