OBP


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OBP

abbr. Baseball
on-base percentage
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OBP is produced when a special additive is mixed with a normal polymer.
According to international standards (such asASTM D6954), the use of OBP would demand proof of degradation and biodegradation, and confirmation that there are no heavy metals or eco-toxicity.
We utilized some of the shovel technology such as OBP, for adaptive control, and are working on additional operator assist functions to be applied to draglines," Casson said.
While simple, OBP constitutes a revolutionary change in how the IC and the Department of Defense (DOD) organize information, particularly as it relates to discovery and analysis of information and intelligence.
These efforts will be empowered by complementary initiatives within the IC to modernize processes such as ABI, OBP, and OSINT labs.
The new LED, which the company said was custom developed for OBP and ER-SPEC, offers improved color and brightness, enhancing the already high level of functionality and usability that customers have come to expect.
Almost a third of the time, a Red Sox player won the OBP title: 32.
Throughout this three-year process, OBP has remained engaged by close association with CGPCS activities and by convening meetings with relevant stakeholders.
The forces of labor, fetal position, maternal pushing, and force applied to the fetal head and neck by a clinician all may contribute to an OBP injury.
Since its construction, the OBP has either lain empty or operated in the opposite direction for internal Ukrainian transportation, filled with Russian crude oil).
OBP values were derived from the average of at least three sphygmomanometric measurements obtained during at least three separate visits over a 3-week period.
The differences between OBP and both ABP and ROBP were statistically significant.