MOP

(redirected from mopper)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

MOP

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Macau Pataca.

MOP

ISO 4217 code for the Macanese pataca. It was introduced in 1894. Macau is a special administrative region of China; perhaps because of this the pataca is pegged to the Hong Kong dollar using a currency board system. That is, the Monetary Authority of Macau it legally obligated to redeem pataca for the equivalent amount of Hong Kong dollars on demand.
References in periodicals archive ?
Many previous studies have demonstrated how gene flow influences local or regional adaptation (Holt 1995, Dias 1996, Pulliam 1996, Mopper and.
All transfers were completely reciprocal and were monitored until mines were completed and leafminer fates determined (methods in Mopper et al.
This is a common effect of herbivores in other woody plant species (Whitham and Mopper, 1985).
Hazel Kemp's bitch has proved she is much more than a mopper up of poor races in recent weeks and her draw in one this afternoon suggests a clear run early, in which case she has to be fancied over the progressive Drumsna Cross.
The influence of herbivory on crown architecture and the amount of resources available will vary according to the type and amount of feeding by herbivores (Whitham and Mopper 1985, Haukioja et al.
Request Of Proposal For Procurement of cleaning material Broom hard, broom soft, bleaching powder , mopper cleaning bar, soap toilet, air freshener, glass cleaner, dusting cloth, glass cleaner.
Mopper and Simberloff (1995) showed that individual Quercus geminata that produced leaves earlier in the season had lighter attack from a leaf miner than did trees that produced leaves.
For this deal, the company was represented by John Simons of NAI Partners, lead real estate broker for Port Logistics Group, and Rex Benton of NAI Mopper Benton, while John Neely and Danny Chase of Colliers represented CenterPoint.
Limited Tenders are invited for Request For Proposal For Procurement Of Mopper
Nonlinear responses by herbivores to abiotic plant stresses, including soil nutrient and water deficiencies, have also been reported (Mattson and Haack 1987, English-Loeb 1989, Herms and Mattson 1992, Louda and Collinge 1992, Mopper and Whitham 1992).
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Mopper