The implication of the oped is that Obama should support Israel no matter what its government does.
Separately, a recent study called The oped Project found that men are writing the majority of opinion columns in the media.
She upped an' she oped it, and there were the little oo'd thing, with five skeins of flax on his arm.
I tell you frankly I 'oped you wouldn't hear of it, because after all the girl's got her punishment.
The same kind Gent told me he oped they would sing their favrit song, "Ah, hide her nose!"
Hath he oped his eyen into the world chained to a hand's-breadth o' soil?
And the old blighter 'oped that I'd be a good boy, and grow up, and win some more.
And some day he “oped” to go to “Hamerica” and there own a kitchen all for himself.
I 'oped, and went on 'opin' till there was no 'ope left in me, and I lived to curse the day that each one of my sons was born.
I 'oped at fust that it was a runaway-ring, but it kept on, and the longer it kept on, the worse it got.
short for open (adj.), early 13c. "not closed; not hidden;" originally as awake is from awaken, etc. As a verb from mid-15c. Middle English had ope-head "bare-headed" (c.1300).