OAP


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OAP

(in Britain) abbreviation for
1. old age pension
2. old age pensioner
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According to deputy permanent secretary at the education ministry Athina Michaelidou the reform allows Oap to be decentralised and focus on schools and students on a district level with far less bureaucracy and more specialist staff.
Calls by unelected Lords for OAPs to be stripped of their 'generous' handouts to help the younger generation.
Meanwhile, teaser for the film shows the OAP interpreting a role different from her real-life personality.
CashLady did not reveal the exact number of OAPs now seeking loans, due to commercial sensitivities, but it is in the thousands.
But the Board of Optometry denied politics was involved in declining the application for accreditation of the OAP as a provider of educational units necessary to renew licenses.
Section 3 specifies the new proposed OAP type method and influencing factors in detail.
MICHELLE MCDONOUGH: Maybe they should advertise instead of calling them OAP carvery meals call them smaller size meals then the customer would have the choice as to which size they want.
My husband and I are OAPs and get PS100 each winter fuel allowance.
This paper adopts Feenstra's (1989) passthrough model, which is modified to account for the cost structure and tariff treatment facing outsourcing firms who produced products for import under the OAP. This framework, which is based on a Bertrand model of competition in internationally differentiated goods, focuses its attention on cost pass-through and on the degree to which producers emulate the price changes of their competitors.
A month later, he wore an OAP mask for a raid in Longfield, Kent.
"Susan, can you find any words that have the OAP trigram in them?
STEPHEN REA, in his column in the local Sunday Mercury, stated that the GRA are now going to let OAPs in for nothing - hoping they would spend the pounds 5 or pounds 6 saving at the track.