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YOP

/jɒp/
noun acronym (formerly, in Britain)
1.
  1. Youth Opportunities Programme
  2. (as modifier): a YOP scheme
2.
(informal) Also called yopper. a young person employed through this government programme
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  • yop is looking at us; had we not better go up at once and speak to them?

    The Chainbearer J. Fenimore Cooper
  • yop, I said; jiminy, you cant stop thinking about it, can you?

    Roy Blakeley's Silver Fox Patrol Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • I have even heard that he and yop have actually contemplated taking the field against them.

    The Chainbearer J. Fenimore Cooper
  • Why not go at once to the wigwam of Susquesus, and get out of him and yop the history of the state of things.

    The Chainbearer J. Fenimore Cooper
  • I was breathing kind of hard on account of there being a kind of lump in my throat, but I said, yop.

    Roy Blakeley's Silver Fox Patrol Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • "Anybody can see you no Yorker, by dat werry speech," answered yop, not at all mollified by such a question.

    The Chainbearer J. Fenimore Cooper

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