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Ops

1

[ ops ]

noun

  1. the ancient Roman goddess of plenty, and the wife of Saturn and mother of Jupiter: identified with the Greek goddess Rhea.


OPS

2
or O.P.S.
  1. Office of Price Stabilization.

Ops

1

/ ɒps /

noun

  1. the Roman goddess of abundance and fertility, wife of Saturn Greek counterpartRhea


ops.

2

abbreviation for

  1. operations

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Example Sentences

The remote controlled flying craft has gone from covert military ops to a communal backyard hobby.

But six years is a long time, and now clearly she values photo ops more than she did.

There are already special ops and CIA teams equipping, training, and directing local units in Iraq.

“It is testimony to the effectiveness of Russian propaganda and psy-ops,” she says.

“For better or worse, Tech Ops cared deeply about being accountable to something larger than itself,” he wrote.

Both festivals are significant, and we shall meet with Consus and Ops again in close connection in December.

Might I not at that very instant have been cogitating on the characters of Saturn and Ops?

Might I not at 315 that very instant have been cogitating on the characters of Saturn and Ops?

She was the daughter of Saturn and Ops, and was both sister and wife of Jupiter.

Ops, or Rhea, his wife, succeeded in concealing Jupiter from him.

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