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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.
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Another consideration was that many of the removable components of the robotic mops were frequently damaged due to the high volume of use.
While Israel does not have the aircraft capable of carrying and launching the MOP, Deptula and Makovsky wrote that there are "no legal or policy impediments" to transferring a number of B-52H bombers, currently in storage, to Israel.
The remaining three mops (two Solo microfiber mops with silver and one conventional microfiber mop) were given to the hospital laundry and washed in a washer extractor.
Before joining MOPS in 2001, Janet worked in a diverse range of accounting environments for over 20 years, including not-for-profit environmental organizations, small business government contracting and public accounting.
One useful way to think of MOPs and MOEs is to think of them in terms of task and purpose.
Down on the English Riviera, if, in a moment of drunken weakness, you find yourself chucking up outside a kebab shop or peeing on a shop window, chances are a member of the local constabulary will hand you a mop and bucket before ordering you to get scrubbing until the site of your bodily function is spotless.
A BUSINESSMAN is calling for Warwick's mop fair to be kicked out of the town centre after a vandal attacked his shop - causing hundreds of pounds damage.
Findley spent a few years selling her new mops at home shows and county fairs before she discovered another niche: recreational vehicle owners.
In an attempt to reduce backaches and pressure on the arm when cleaning a floor, one company's research program combined their expertise with that of medical experts to investigate manual floor cleaning products--specifically, a mop.
The fully autoclavable tool also features a mop head constructed from the same material as the proprietary VertiKlean Mops.
The Japanese market for disposable household mops has undergone some recent changes, thanks to an alliance between Unicharm and Procter & Gamble, according to a report published in The Nikkei Weekly.
Lola Products executives note that, unlike with standard sponge mops, the liquid in the dispenser remains clean so that the user avoids mopping with dirty bucket water.