OHP


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OHP

abbreviation for
overhead projector
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Translations

OHP

N ABBR =overhead projectorretroproyector m
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OHP

[ˌəʊeɪtʃˈpiː] nrétroprojecteur m
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References in periodicals archive ?
Proline and hydroxyproline (OHP) are present in various amounts in certain structural proteins, such as high in collagen and low in elastin [1].
All 1,028,509 Oregonians now enrolled in OHP were deemed eligible "at some point in time," health authority spokeswoman Courtney Warner Crowell said.
10 February 2016 - UK-based tools, equipment and plant hire services company Speedy Hire plc has acquired the entire issued share capital of UK-based OHP Ltd.
Merseyside-based Speedy Hire said it would buy OHP, based in Crewe, for an initial fee of PS1.5m, and take on around PS1.7m in debt.
Speedy hire said sales at OHP for the year to the end of November 30 stood at PS2.6 million compared to 12 months before, while earnings came in at PS800,000.
it is the main parameter which essentially define OHP. The 'pulsating' mode only occurs under a certain range of diameters.
Organisation of lecture: 74 students strongly agreed PPT was good, 3 in OHP and 11 in blackboard.
OHP protects public health by conducting routine inspections of food services, lodging establishments, and campgrounds, complaint investigations and by licensing facilities to assure health and safety standards are met.
The Ontario Health Premium (OHP) commenced in mid 2004.
OHP claimed a right of subrogation to $150,000 of the settlement proceeds being held in his attorney's trust fund account, and Arana sued in state court seeking a declaratory judgment that Louisiana law protected the settlement.