to pop in
- I'll pop in tomorrow morning.
- My brother is interested in what you call pop music.
- You shouldn't pop your bubble gum in class.
- Mom-and-pop stores will turn a profit in the new fiscal year.
- People stood in queue for hours for the autograph session of the popular pop group.
- After Tom had eaten all the popcorn in the bowl, he went back into the kitchen to pop some more.
- However, maybe from the sudden change in pressure when you put them, having your ears pop is a problem.
- POP(s) substance  and concentration exceeding the limit laid down in Annex IV:
- During its second meeting from 6 to 10 November 2006, the POP Review Committee concluded that SCCPs meet the screening criteria listed in Annex D to the Convention as reported in Decision POPRC-2/8 .
- The advantages derived from the vertical integration in Bertelsmann’s media group (e.g. through the Pop Idol format which, according to industry experts has already passed its peak) are already incorporated in BMG’s market shares for 2003.
- For reasons of coherence the listing in Regulation (EC) No 850/2004 should follow the approach of Annex XVII to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 for those derivatives identified by COP4 as having POP characteristics; therefore hexabromodiphenyl ether, heptabromodiphenyl ether, tetrabromodiphenyl ether and pentabromodiphenyl ether derivatives should be listed in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 850/2004.
- Extending the obligation in Regulation (EC) No 850/2004 to destroy or irreversibly transform the POP content to PFOS for waste exceeding the concentration limits of Annex IV could have impacts on existing recycling schemes, which may challenge another environmental priority of ensuring the sustainable use of resources.
- The advantages derived from the vertical integration in Bertelsmann’s media group (e.g. through the Pop Idol format which, according to industry experts has already passed its peak) are already incorporated in BMG’s market shares for 2003. On the basis of these market shares the proposed joint venture does not reach the threshold of single dominance.
- In view of the lack of comprehensive scientific information on quantities and concentrations in articles and wastes, as well as exposure scenarios, at this stage, no maximum concentration limits can be established for PFOS and polybrominated diphenyl ethers in Annexes IV and V to Regulation (EC) No 850/2004. Subject to further information becoming available and a review by the Commission, maximum concentration limits for the nine POPs will be proposed, taking into account the objectives of the POP Regulation.
- Taking into account the practical difficulties of identifying materials containing polybrominated diphenyl ethers within a mixed waste fraction and the current lack of comprehensive scientific data on quantities and concentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in articles and wastes, extending the obligation to destroy or irreversibly transform the POP content to these new substances for waste exceeding the concentration limits of Annex IV could endanger existing recycling schemes and thus hinder the sustainable use of resources.