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Alternative clues for the word ops

Harvest goddess

Saturn's wife

Jupiter's mother

Photo ___ (pol's news events)

Photo ___

Wife of Saturn

Photo___ (campaign events)

Goddess of plenty

Photo ___ (camera sessions)

Photo ___ (media events)

Post-___ (surgical follow-ups)

Mother of Jupiter

Favorable times, for short

Rhea's Roman counterpart

Tactical station, for short

Special ___ (military force)

Suitable times, briefly

Missions, for short

Special ___

33rd U.S. pres.

Covert ___ (army assignment)

Photo ___ (picture-taking times)

Missions, in brief

Photo ___ (White House events)

Photo ___ (P.R. events)

Chances, briefly

Black ___

Photo finish?

Saturn's spouse

Photo ___ (occasions for 1-Across)

Photo ___ (political events)

Black ___ (some military activities)

Little chances?

Army missions

Roman equivalent of Rhea

Ending with psy-

Quick missions?

Covert ___

Some Australian exports

Black ___ (some military missions)

Special ___ (military unit)

Black ___ (covert doings)

Call of Duty: Black ___ (video game)

Word with black or photo

Black ___ (secret missions)

(Roman mythology) goddess of abundance and fertility

Counterpart of Greek Rhea and Cybele of ancient Asia Minor

Saturn's consort

Goddess of abundance

Mission control, for short

Harvest deity

Roman goddess of abundance

Rhea, to the Romans

Mother of Ceres

Goddess of the harvest

Roman goddess of plenty

Rhea, to Romans

Goddess of harvests

Roman goddess of the harvest

Roman deity

Word definitions for ops in dictionaries

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Magna Mater \Magna Mater\ prop. n. A great nature goddess of ancient Phrygia in Asia Minor; the counterpart of the Greek Rhea and the Roman Ops . Syn: Cybele, Dindymene, Great Mother, Mater Turrita.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 (plural of op English) 2 (context informal English) operations 3 (context internet IRC English) operator status

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
OPS may refer to:

Usage examples of ops.

Thomasina Penn, went back to the plot table to continue work on their route, but it was perfunctory as they were running box ops, hiding from a hurricane-force low in the lee of St.

Running box ops meant steering a course confined within a box drawn on the radar screen that out of sheer boredom on occasion resembled the initials of the officer on watch.

Sara said, and Ops went to the nav station to coax the sat phone into operation, which he alone on board seemed to be able to do.

She returned it to Ops and took an unobtrusive step back, she hoped far enough out of range.

Sara, Ops, and the Engineer Officer, a tall, pencil-thin young man who could barely find his way to the bridge but who could disassemble a Caterpillar generator and put it back together again blindfolded.

So could Ops, who was regarding the table with a rapt look, as if by not making eye contact the captain might forget that he was present.

Sara and Ops and Tommy and the chief were hunched over the chart table, staring at the Transas screen as Sara right-clicked and dragged and dropped them all the way up the Aleutian Chain and back down again.

No one has called you anything but Ops in my hearing since I came on board.

She looked up to see Ops standing in front of her with a concerned look on his face.

Dain about it, but his old team leader was pretty much persona non grata in Ops these days and frequenting the same downtown corner market was as close as JB dared get.

Being caught using Ops info to get reward money from freelance justice was grounds for dismissal, if not worse.

Trask passing his Ops training to you, but did you ever think about trying to get into the Academy for one of the Ops teams?

We mechs are supposed to be nothing more than cyborgs that the humans in Ops control.

And he was back on the Grid with who-even-knew-how-long before Ops realized the connection was there for the taking.

Not only are you back on the Grid where Ops can find you if they know where to look, but you killed the guy who put you there.