Definitions for "Oop"
Object Oriented Programming. This is a type of software programming that maintains and uses many data-containing objects to carry out the desired behavior.
when a program is seen as a set of objects working together
bject riented rogram. A larger program made up of smaller objects.
Keywords:  participaties, oranje, orange
Orange Oranje Participaties
Out Of Print, this recording (LP, CD) is no longer produced
Acronym for Out Of Print.
Out of print. Particularly relates to books, CDs, and videos.
Keywords:  oom, saying, power
Out of Power, same as saying OOM.
See Out-of-Pocket Costs.
An Out of Pocket Maximum (OOP) is the annual total liability an individual, or family must pay before the plan pays 100% of all medical charges. For example, a car accident with two family members has $30,000 medical bill and they have a $2,500 individual deductible policy. Typically, the family will satisfy 2 deductibles and then 20% of the next $10,000 of charges before than plan pays 100% of all charges, i.e. $15,000 each would mean 2($2,500) + 2(20% ($10,000)) = $9,000 maximum Out Of Pocket family annual liability. (In this example the family is relieved from liability after each person exceeds $12,500 of annual claims). Traditionally this liability has a definite limit, but some health plans now forbid individual hospital per admission deductibles to attribute to the OOP.
Over Optimization Penalty. Where a search engine algorithm detects that changes you are making to a page or the way the page is constructed is to influence rankings over being useful to a site visitor.
A theory that applies if one targets only 1 keyword or phrase, and the search engines view the linking efforts to be spam.
Keywords:  cord, join, thread, bind, unite
To bind with a thread or cord; to join; to unite.
Keywords:  position
Out of position
Keywords:  database, connectivity, open