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BOP or Bop may refer to:
- Bop, a smack, strike, or punch
- Bop, (to bop or boppin') a style to dance solo to rockabilly or blues music, common since the 1950s
- Bop, shortened form of Bebop, an early modern jazz developed in the 1940s
- hard bop, a style of jazz music that is extension of bebop (or "bop") music
- Bop, organised party or club night at many British universities
- Bop, west coast U.S. slang for whore
- Bop (magazine) an American magazine for teens
- Bop (song), a single by Dan Seals, released in 1986
- Bop, to drop to one's haunches or squat, as in 'bop down'.
- Bop (glass), a standing glass.
- Bop, a celestial body in Kerbal Space Program
- Broken Orange Pekoe, a popular type of leaf tea
- Balance of power (disambiguation)
- Border Observation Post, United States Military Border Observation Post
- Bureau of Prisons, United States Bureau of Prisons
- Blowout preventer, a large valve used in oil or natural gas drilling
- Bird-of-paradise, a family of birds
- Border outpost, or border observation post
- Bird of prey, eagles, hawks, owls and other raptors
- B.O.P., Boy's Own Paper.
- BOP reagent, Benzotriazole-1-yl-oxy-tris-(dimethylamino)-phosphonium hexafluorophosphate
- Breach of the peace (common law)
- Best Operating Practice (used by Thames Water to describe operation of water and waste water treatment plants in the UK)
- Basic oxygen process, a method of steelmaking
- Balance of payments, measure of payments that flow between any individual country and all other countries
- Base or bottom of pyramid, the largest, but poorest socio-economic group
- Bay of Pigs, in Cuba; the site of the abortive Bay of Pigs Invasion by ex-Cubans, supported by the U.S.
- The Bay of Plenty region, New Zealand
- The Bay of Plenty, for which the region is named
- Bophuthatswana, South Africa
- Border Pacific Railroad, a short-line railroad headquartered in Rio Grande City, Texas, United States
- Bowes Park railway station, London, England; National Rail station code BOP
- Bop, South Sudan, a small village in South Sudan
- Brown Opera Productions, a student-run opera company at Brown University
- bleeding on probing, expression used by dentists to signify gingival (gum) bleeding on mechanical stimulation by a probe
- Buick, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac, an acronym denoting common parts and specifications across engine and automobile offerings from these three General Motors divisions
- Federal Bureau of Prisons, a branch of the U.S. Justice Department
- Businessowners policy, a type of insurance policy
- Balance of plant, a logical section in nuclear power plants and boiler control systems
- Bond order potential, a form of interatomic potential used, for example, in molecular dynamics simulations
- BIOS operation (bop), used as noun and verb, a technique to transition from 16-bit virtual x86 mode to 32-bit protected mode utilized by Microsoft's NTDOS
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