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scop

 (shōp, shŏp)
n.
An Old English poet or bard.

[Old English.]

scop

(skɒp)
n
(Music, other) (in Anglo-Saxon England) a bard or minstrel
[Old English: related to Old Norse skop, skaup, Old High German scof, scopf poem]
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At an early period also professional minstrels, called by the Anglo-Saxons scops or gleemen, disengaged themselves from the crowd and began to gain their living by wandering from village to village or tribe to tribe chanting to the harp either the popular ballads or more formal poetry of their own composition.
However, the SCoP distanced itself from calls for quotas for the opposition groups.
In this role, Rebecca leads the center and acts as a liaison for SCOP. Since assuming this role, Rebecca and the team at the center have worked to achieve the center's goals and advance the work of SCOP.
PPOL SCoP is also in accordance with the recently launched Philippine Construction Industry Roadmap dubbed as "Tatag at Tapat 2020-2030" on March 28.
By contrast, the new works addressed the physical and ideological ruination that the scop headquarters now symbolizes.
Figure 1 shows on the left the contact map for protein d1ceqa1, whose SCOP code is.2.1.5.
Sanit has developed a new flush plate, Ineo Scop, with an unconventional glass plate and integrated light.
The company said its prescription scopolamine 1.5 mg transdermal system patch is the AB rated generic equivalent to Transderm Scop (scopolamine 1.5 mg).
Scop was purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Inc., Saint Louis, USA.
A baby Cyprus scops owl, which was found on Saturday around noon dumped in a rubbish bin in the Acropolis are of Nicosia while still in its cage, is safely at the Game and Fauna service's wildlife rehabilitation centre, volunteers said on Monday.
The insulation level of the building envelope, along with the climate, influences the SCOP (or HSPF) and, therefore, the economic feasibility of heat pump systems.