OTTLE

AcronymDefinition
OTTLEOptically Transparent Thin-Layer Electrode
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The adaptive suspension comes as part of Vauxhall's Interactive Driving System - IDS - which is capable not only of el- ectronically adjusting damper settings on the move, but also sharpening thr- ottle response and the weight of the electro-hydraulic power steering.
Is this the point of origin of the ubiquitous post-Stalin practice of drinking na troikh, when 3 males--quite possibly unacquainted--shared a half-liter b ottle of vodka outside the liquor store after work?
ting wo ottle She posted: forward to an early night.
Brian Walker, who runs the Mid Day Varieshows alcolm, "Vince en too ly, but me that ack to would ottle of o him.
The new 1.2-litre heart of the i10 isn't just thrifty, it also delivers sprightly performance in town and, even on the open road and beyond, it will pull out the stops if you dig down in the gears and work the t h r ottle.
I've heard his missus has more b ottle than he does, so maybe she'll take the fight on if her husband's running scared.
Here, in a collection of episodes first screened in 1995, he introduces a six-pack of misfits, failures and weirdos, all from the fictional town of Ottle.
ottles. Murree police sent behind the bars an accused namely Farhan on recovery of four liquor bottles.
One warden found 184 b ottles in one trip and 134 in another.
Caps and closures, ottles, impact and toughness etc
They were carefully cultivated on the Duke of Devonshire's estate and their arrival follows an English wine boom that saw ineyards here celebrate record roduction, equal to four million ottles, last year.