ODEE

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ODEEOxford Dictionary of English Etymology
ODEEOperations, Deployment, Employment, and Execution
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ver it's a or the but - it ne too am ake odee, I have got goddaughters, you see, and I'm scared for them, and not just for ust when I'm babysitting.
En general, a medida que se avanza en los estudios de diversidad rizobiana, se reconocen mas categorias (intermedias y mas extremas) en cuanto a la velocidad de crecimiento (Odee et al.
La tolerancia a la salinidad es otra propiedad presente en las cepas autoctonas de crecimiento rapido pertenecientes al genero Rhizobium en relacion a los simbiontes de crecimiento lento del genero Bradyrhizobium, de tal manera que coincide con lo senalado por Elsheikh & Wood (1995), Odee et al.
Ultimately related to bande 'troop', influenced by ban) (BDE: 75a; KDEE: 97a; ODEE: 73a).
Italian bandiera 'banner' and Provencal ban(d)iera (DEI: 425a) and ModG Banner (12th c., [Kluge.sup.24]) from Old French banniere 'flag, banner' (BDE: 75b; KDEE: 97b; ODEE: 73b).
Handley LL, Odee D, Scrimgeour CM (1994) [delta][sup.15]N and [delta][sup.13]C patterns in savanna vegetation: dependence on water availability and disturbance.
Whereas only a few etymological dictionaries like ODEE (1966) or Hoad (1986) rightly content themselves with the statement "of unknown origin", the great majority, including NED [1907] = OED (1-2), Skeat (1910), Holthausen (1949), Partridge (1966), Klein (1966-67), Barnhart (1988), Cannon (1994) and Terasawa (1997), with varying degrees of uncertainty and dubitation consider monkey to be a MLG loan-word.
John Odee, 43, remained in jail last night with bail at EUR17,600.
Handley LL, Odee D, Scrimgeour CM (1994) [sup.15]N and [delta][sup.13]C patterns in savanna vegetation: dependence on water availability and disturbance.
As for dictionaries, both the QED Online and ODEE (Onions 1976) list the -ly suffix and give short comments on the rise of the affricate-less forms pointing to the Scandinavian influence.
shiten v.), while levelled /i/ in the present stem occurs already in Chaucer (ODEE s.v.