It's important to know that this feature respects the privacy of the original poster - it will promote to everyone who originally saw it," said Facebook.
What does OP stand for?
OP stands for Original Poster (internet newsgroups and message boards)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 29 other meanings of OP in our Acronym Attic
- Ordnance Personnel (US Navy)
- Ordnance Publication
- Ordo Praedicatorum (Latin: Order of Preachers; formal name of Dominicans, a Catholic religious institution)
- Organized Play (gaming)
- Organophosphate (insecticide)
- Organophosphorus (pesticide)
- Orienteering Problem
- Orifice Plate (flowmeters)
- Original Pack (pharmacology)
- Original Poster
Samples in periodicals archive:
Stuart Manley, owner of secondhand store Barter Books in Alnwick, discovered one of the original posters in a box of books he had bought at auction.
Lots include original posters from films such as On Her Majesty's Secret Service, The Living Daylights, The Man with the Golden Gun, Never Say Never Again and For Your Eyes Only.
The posters are common items alongside jewellery, clothing and more routine memorabilia like elephant figurines and keychains in the narrow, congested War against the United States, a specialist in the history of Vietnamese art, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC, curator of the private "Dogma Collection" of original posters from the 1960s and 70s available for viewing only on the Internet.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] On Miro's 100th birthday in 1993, the complete collection of his 154 original posters was exhibited at Malmo Konsthall.
Students will be asked to create original poster artwork that expresses the slogan, "Life is Better With Art In It.
Film buffs will also enjoy the many photographs and original posters that are provided.
If you share my love of these films, you could treat yourself to the original poster for The Fly and The Wasp Woman, which dates from 1958/1959.