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ODDoctor of Optometry
ODOver Dose
ODOculus Dexter (Latin: Right Eye)
ODOlive Drab
ODOutside Diameter
ODOver Drive
ODOxígeno Disuelto (Spanish: Dissolved Oxygen)
ODOrdinary Seaman (Canadian Navy)
ODObject Domain
ODover damage (gaming)
ODOrde Dienst (Dutch: Order of Service)
ODOpen Dealer (various companies)
ODOperational Downlink
ODOffsite Dose
ODOutside Dose (radiation exposure)
ODOrderly Duty
ODOmni Dei (once a day)
ODOscuro Destiny (website)
ODOvershoot Detector
ODOrdnance Documentation
ODOrganic Data
ODOrganization Development
ODOrganizational Design
ODOutput Data
ODOf Distinction
ODOfficer of the Day
ODOfficial Declaration
ODOil Distribution
ODOn Demand
ODOperating Division
ODOperations Directive
ODOptical Density
ODOptical Disk
ODOpus Dei (Latin: Work of God)
ODOrdnance
ODOrdnance Data
ODOpen Diary (website)
ODOrthodromic
ODOccupational Disease
ODOvercurrent Detection
ODOverdraft (banking)
ODOrder Date
ODOffice of the Director (NIH)
ODOrganizational Diagnosis
ODOpen Detonation (outdoor munitions disposal regulation)
ODOrigin - Destination
ODOriginal Dissent (conservative website)
ODOffice of the Dean
ODOccupation Double (French TV show)
ODOverdue
ODOxygen Depleted
ODOperations Division
ODObservable Difference
ODoutside dimension
ODOffice Depot
ODOverdosed (gaming clan)
ODOpportunistic Disease
ODOutside Discussions
ODOsteochondritis Dissecans
ODOh Dear
ODOrthogonal Design
ODOrbit Determination
ODOffice of Disability (Social Security)
ODOnce Daily (medical)
ODOut of Desperation
ODOfficer Down
ODOverseas Department
ODOperational Day (scientific experimentation and data recording)
ODOff-Duty
ODOffense Defense (sports)
ODOpen Doors
ODOpen Drain (electronics)
ODOperations Director
ODOrganizational Development
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