OAP

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OAP

(in Britain) abbreviation for
1. old age pension
2. old age pensioner
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Oxford health nhs foundation trust the authority is seeking to develop a possible procured solution in the provision of its adult and older adult mental health out of area placements (oaps) programme.
The Lords want to axe the free bus passes, TV licences, winter fuel and the triple lock calling them 'perks' for the OAPs. What a pity the Lords do not understand the OAPs who rely very much on their 'handouts', as not every pensioner is receiving a fantastic pension and rely very much on the 'handouts' as the Lords like to call them.
The lives of younger members of society today bear no comparison to the lives of OAPs 50 years ago.
Ab Fab's Jennifer Saunders narrates as the OAPs try out various products together to amusing effect, while regularly pausing to explainin why they hate them.
There should be bed space for recovery and for OAPs to recoup and wait for their council to sort out a proper care plan.
Speaking, Jasper, an OAP with HotFM, said, 'I don't care what anyone says about Falz deh Bahd Guy.
It follows a Personal Finance Society report that said millions of OAPs are almost totally reliant on a basic PS7,000 a year state pension.
The team that developed that submission had already presented the idea of the OAPS. It was conceived as a new way of looking at the experiences of teachers, researchers and postgraduate students at the Institute of Public Health [ISC] in order to articulate a research network regarding health policy.
Well I must be in the 1% who would think OAPs pay less because they have spent a lifetime moulding this country into what it is today.
Roney MY OAP father got a letter from energy firm SSE telling him a standing charge of PS100 is to be introduced, no matter how little energy is used.
The 'Early Bird' prices are Adults pounds 85, OAPS pounds 60 & Children pounds 25.