Synonyms for bopp or Related words with bopp

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Examples of "bopp"
Bopp clashed with Michael Steele during Steele's term as chairman of the Republican National Committee; after Bopp criticized Steele, Steele called Bopp an "idiot."
A Roman Catholic, Bopp was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Knights Templar. He and his wife, the former Patricia Planche (May 1933 – December 1, 2016), had five children, Dr. Felix Planche Bopp and wife Barbara, Captain Edward Michael Bopp and wife Susan, attorney Eric August Bopp and wife Lisa, Sydney Bopp Perez and husband Leander Henry Perez, III (born April 1951 and a grandson of former segregationist figure Leander Perez), and Kelly Bopp Weiss, the widow of Greg Weiss. Mrs. Bopp was a graduate of Tulane University and the daughter of Dr. Felix August Planche and the former Genevieve Lynch.
is an American professional astronomer, best known for his co-discovery of Comet Hale–Bopp along with amateur astronomer Thomas Bopp.
Bopp was born in Kiev, Ukrainian SSR to an ethnic German father and a Ukrainian mother. His brother Viktor Bopp is also a footballer.
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In 1948, Bopp married Marian Meyer. They had three children, including Jay Bopp, who eventually succeeded his father as chairman of the BJU Division of Art. In 2003 Emery Bopp was diagnosed with a form of Alzheimer's disease, but he continued to paint and held a final exhibition at Hampton III Gallery in November 2006. He died on February 1, 2007.
In his "Comparative Grammar" Bopp set himself a threefold task:
Celtic Voices and Hale Bopp, op. 36, are two independent compositions by Graham Waterhouse for string orchestra, which were published together in 1998 by Hofmeister, Leipzig. "Celtic Voices" was written in 1995, "Hale Bopp" was written in 1997 inspired by Comet Hale-Bopp, and scored for an additional boy soprano.
Bopp is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The Summerhill Borough Volunteer Fire Company #1 was chartered May 19, 1952. Inaugural officers included President Arthur Apple, Vice President George Bodenschatz, Second Vice President Felix Bopp, Secretary Cecil Bopp, and Treasurer Clement Bodenschatz.
The nucleus of comet Hale–Bopp was estimated to be 60 ± 20 km in diameter. Hale-Bopp appeared bright to the unaided eye because its unusually large nucleus gave off a great deal of dust and gas.
In "Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission", Bopp represented Citizens United, drafting the complaint and handling the early stages of the litigation. Bopp did not argue the case in the Supreme Court, having been replaced by Ted Olson.
Butterfield was born in Islington, London, and is the son of Jacqueline Farr and Sam Butterfield. He was born with the middle names "Maxwell Thornton", but now uses the middle name "Bopp" on his passport instead (after Comet Hale–Bopp).
"Hale Bopp", op. 36/2, for string orchestra with an obbligato treble voice (or horn) was composed in 1997, inspired by the Comet Hale–Bopp, which was discovered on 23 July 1995 and dubbed the Great Comet of 1997.
Bopp has repeatedly represented Indiana on the Republican Party's platform committee, including in 2016. On the committee, Bopp pushed for a socially conservative platform, advocating platform language stating that children "deserve a married mom and dad" and referring to "natural marriage" as between a man and a woman. Bopp opposed efforts by billionaire Republican Paul E. Singer to add a statement to the party platform committing the party "to respect for all families," a signal of openness to LGBT Americans; Bopp called the proposed language "redundant and superfluous." Bopp also opposed efforts by delegate Rachel Hoff (the first openly gay member of a Republican platform committee) to include a reference in the platform to the 2016 attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando; Bopp stated that including such language (which was ultimately voted down) would be "identity politics."
Linda Bopp, Executive Director of the Nutrition Consortium of New York State
Bopp was a versatile artist using a variety of pictorial techniques in his paintings. One critic noted the unusual amount of design in his work and praised its "master craftsmanship." Bopp himself said he thought he might have made "a carpenter instead of a painter." Bopp also emphasized spiritual symbolism with a "subtle interaction of color and the geometric construction of shape and space" that indicated the influence of Albers. Bopp stressed "the contemplative, intellectual element in his work," in one case basing a symbolic painting reflecting Platonic universals on "Escape from Reason" (1968) by Francis Schaeffer.
Thomas J. Bopp (born October 15, 1949) is best known as co-discoverer of comet Hale–Bopp (with Alan Hale) in 1995. At the time of the comet discovery he was a manager at a construction materials factory and an amateur astronomer. On the night of July 22, Bopp was observing the sky with friends in the Arizona desert when he made the discovery. It was the first comet he had observed and he was using a borrowed, home-built telescope. Hale and Bopp both discovered the comet by chance at approximately the same time.
Bopp was included in the Portsmouth squad for the first 2009–10 pre-season friendly away to Havant and Waterlooville. Bopp played the entire second half and scored both of Portsmouth's goals in a 2–2 draw. After an injury crisis, Portsmouth were eager to sign Bopp ahead of a Premier League match against Wigan Athletic on 31 October. However, the Premier League refused to register the player because of Portsmouth's debts and a transfer embargo was placed on the club. Bopp continued, however, to play games for the reserve team.
"Encyclopædia Britannica" (11th edition of 1911) assesses Bopp and his work as follows: