opt.

opt.

abbr.
1. optative
2. optical
3. optional
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Lynk access to the OPT since his appointment in 2016, in a clear attempt to frustrate and impede his role as mandated by the UN Human Rights Council to "investigate Israel's violations of the principles and bases of international law" in the OPT.
As a result, the Special Rapporteur (SR) has been unable to directly monitor the human rights situation on the ground in the OPT.
Lynk has worked distinctly from the OHCHR Country Office with the aim of investigating and documenting Israel's alleged violations of international law and international humanitarian law, including the Fourth Geneva Convention, in the OPT.
PHROC considers that Israel's policy of non-compliance and non-cooperation is having detrimental effects on the implementation and protection of human rights in the OPT.
The new law will mean that from today, people aged 18 and over who have lived in Wales for more than 12 months and who die in Wales will be regarded as having consented to organ donation unless they have opted opt. This is called deemed consent.
Significant results include 50 feet of 0.015 opt, 35 feet of 0.028 opt, and 15 feet of 0.053 opt.
In addition to supporting OPT in the permitting process and power transmission for the project, PNGC Power will work cooperatively with OPT to pursue a power purchase agreement, under which PNGC Power would purchase the electrical energy output of the 2MW wave power park from OPT. Further, PNGC Power will provide its expertise regarding grid interconnection and its experience in meeting the standards of the Bonneville Power Administration, which operates much of the region's power system.