Youth Opportunities Programme
(as modifier): a YOP scheme
Also called: yopper informal a young person employed through this government programme
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How to use YOP in a sentence
I have even heard that he and YOP have actually contemplated taking the field against them.
Why not go at once to the wigwam of Susquesus, and get out of him and YOP the history of the state of things.
"Anybody can see you no Yorker, by dat werry speech," answered YOP, not at all mollified by such a question.
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
YOP, I said; jiminy, you cant stop thinking about it, can you?Roy Blakeley's Silver Fox Patrol | Percy Keese Fitzhugh