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FOP

rude slang An initialism for "fucking old person," a disdainful term for someone who is elderly. Who cares what some FOP has to say? Her views have been outdated for 50 years!

fucking old person

rude slang A disdainful term for someone who is elderly. Also used in the initialism "FOP." Who cares what some FOP has to say? Her views have been outdated for 50 years!
See also: fucking, old, person

fucking old person

and FOP
n. an old person. (Usually objectionable.) I know who’s slowing traffic up ahead. A FOP, that’s who.
See also: fucking, old, person

FOP

verb
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The road led straight up to the chateau which, compared to its ancestor on the hill, was exactly what a fop of the coterie of the Duc d'Enghein would have been beside a knight in steel armor in the time of Charles VII.
Perhaps, too, I was a little bit spoiled by my mother and sister, and some other ladies of my acquaintance; - and yet I was by no means a fop - of that I am fully convinced, whether you are or not.
This was an adventure indeed unlooked for, and perfectly undesigned by me; though I was not so past the merry part of life, as to forget how to behave, when a fop so blinded by his appetite should not know an old woman from a young.
Arthur, I confess, has always seemed to me a bit of a fop; I can't imagine how Laura married him.
This research will study the regulatory and policy frameworks, analyze to what extent gender dimensions are considered, assess the political facilitators and barriers affecting the introduction of a FOP labelling system, analyze the arguments used by superior legal courts of products that can pose risks to public health (such as tobacco or asbestos), and assess the arguments used by the food industry to hinder the promotion of FOP labelling.
Of particular interest, a FOP x educational prime interaction effect was found for the two "positive" nutrients, [F.sub.iron] (3, 228) = 4.67, p < .01; [F.sub.calcium] (3, 228) = 4.45, p <.01.
This is a segment that has trouble understanding nutrition information, and could benefit greatly by a FOP nutrition information educational campaign (IOM 2004; Rothman et al.
Non-users, although open to the idea of a FOP system to identify healthier foods, did not expect their purchasing behaviour to change as they tend to make purchase decisions based on taste and preference rather than nutritional content, regardless of the presentation of nutrition information on the label.
In response to pressure to standardize a single format for FOP labels, the US FDA announced its intention in 2009 to pursue new regulation in an effort to unify a FOP labeling system and reduce consumer confusion.
They'll never be huge and people will always think that band leader Neil Hannon is a bit of a fop, but he's our fop and we love him.
Furthermore, more individuals may benefit from a FOP system than from the NFt, if the FOP system did not require literacy, numeracy, or nutrition knowledge.
However, underground only requires a FOPS since equipment is moving in mine corridors."