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NOP

(NO oPeration) See no-op.

NOP

Abbr. for “not otherwise provided for.”
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NOP Agrowind together with the banks involved provides a sustainable stimulation to the region and has an exemplary role for future wind farms in the Netherlands.
Witnesses at the October 26 hearing countered these arguments, noting that the NOP invites state, tribal, and local entities to participate in the regional planning bodies.
They also exhibit superior water uptake (less) relative to competitive PUDs, due to the hydrophobic nature of NOPs.
During an audit review process in August 2008, the NOP announced that 15 of the 30 accredited organic certifiers it inspected failed the auditing process and had a year to comply with corrective actions or lose their accreditation.
One highlight of the conference was the introduction of a new tri-functional NOP from BioBased Technologies, whose Agrol NOPs have achieved wide acceptance in spray foam insulation, automotive uses, and carpets.
and carry the USDA organic seal, a food product must be certified by a USDA-accredited certifier to ensure it meets the NOP requirements.
Despite this, GfK NOP said overall the index was downbeat, with consumers not spending.
The recently proposed amendment to NOP regulations would have a substantial effect on the types of nonorganic ingredients allowed in organic products, particularly those sold as "made with" organic ingredients.
StreamShield Networks, a real-time Internet content security provider, has commented that recent research by research company NOP highlights consumer demand for ISPs to block spyware traffic.
United Business Media completes sale of NOP World for [pounds sterling]383m
United Business Media (UBM; London) has agreed to sell NOP World (New York), a supplier of syndicated and custom marketing research, to Gfk AG (Nuremberg, Ger.
Farmers reported that in general, the NOP rule has not drastically changed organic certification requirements developed by private and state certification agencies from 1973 to 2000.