Correct spelling for JOP

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Possible correct spellings for jop

  • bop Within the BOP there are three separate categories under which different transactions are categorized: the current account, the capital account and the financial account.
  • cop "When he found that I was heading for the baths he asked to come, too," rattled Cop; "been on the train over three days and nights coming from Winnipeg; said he felt grimy, so I took him along.
  • fop The characterisation of Parolles as we have it in All's Well that Ends Well is probably much more accentuated than the Parolles of the earlier form of the play, in which he would most likely have been presented as a fantastical fop, somewhat of the order of Armado.
  • gop Katowice Urban Area (aglomeracja katowicka, konurbacja górnośląska, GOP) is the largest conurbation in Poland, located in Upper Silesia, southern Poland.
  • hop Then you'll tell all your schoolmates, and that big long hop-pole chap, what's his name?
  • job Did you do the job?
  • jog Oh, we jog on, John and I,-just the usual thing, you know,-no heights and no depths!
  • jot For the authenticity of the former he now cared not a jot, and he threw the book aside vowing that its hoydenish heroine was unbearable and he would read no more.
  • joy Sorrow or joy was to be his.
  • lop His figure had the same look too, from his lop-sided old white hat to every fold of his clothing, which seemed to hang about him just as it would as lieve be off as on.
  • mop It was the long-legged man with the mop of wavy, auburn hair, whom he had noticed sitting by the window in abstraction a short time before.
  • pop Thirteen shillin's vor two or dree sausingers, a few slices o' bread an' butter, an' a bottle o' pop-not vor Roger, if he knows it" Up kums a chap an' ses, "Be you gwain to pay vor wat you hev hed?"
  • sop As a sop to historic curiosity at all events may even so short an impression serve; impression of the strenuous age and its fine old masterful assouplissement of its victims-who were not the expert spectators.
  • top Better let me top him off first.
  • Jo Jo had not been able to bear the misery of suspense and anxiety, and had come seeking him.
  • Joe Joe looked up quickly and York knew that he understood.
  • Jon Nothing worth mentioning, answered Jon.
  • JP Chamber of Deputies-last held 14 May 1989 (next to be held May 1991); results-JP 47%, UCR 30%, UDC 7%, other 16%; seats-(254 total); JP 122, UCR 93, UDC 11, other 28
  • OP Song without words, folk song, op.

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