OWL


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AcronymDefinition
OWLOnline Writing Lab
OWLWeb Ontology Language (W3C)
OWLOstwestfalen-Lippe (German region)
OWLOur Whole Lives (Unitarian Universalist youth groups)
OWLOlder Women's League (Washington, DC)
OWLOngoing Weight Loss (Atkins diet)
OWLOrthopaedic Web Links
OWLOntology Web Language
OWLObject Windows Library
OWLOverwhelmingly Large Telescope
OWLOrdinary Wizarding Level (Harry Potter books)
OWLObsessed With Learning
OWLOutlined White Letters (Refers to outlined white-letters on the sidewalls of certain tires)
OWLOrbiting Wide-Angle Light Collector
OWLObfuscated Weird Language (character-based language interpreter)
OWLOutdoors Without Limits
OWLOpen-Wire Line
OWLOpen Space, Water Resource Protection and Land Use
OWLOperator Wireless and Line
OWLObstacle Warning Laser
OWLOrder of the White Lotus (animated TV show Avatar: The Last Airbender)
OWLOlder & Wiser Lutheran
OWLOne Way Landers
OWLObject Work List (programming)
OWLOutstanding Working List (manufacturing)
OWLOther Wooded Land (classification)
OWLOutdoor Webelos Leader (Boy Scouts)
References in classic literature ?
An owl with fiery eyes flew three times round them, and three times screamed:
And now the sun went quite down; the gloomy night came; the owl flew into a bush; and a moment after the old fairy came forth pale and meagre, with staring eyes, and a nose and chin that almost met one another.
On a shelf over the window sat a great blue owl with a blue sunbonnet on her head, blinking her big round eyes at the visitors.
There is little interest in passing over these tracts, for they are inhabited by few animals or birds, excepting the bizcacha and its friend the little owl.
Not even rats in the wall, for they were starved out, or rather were never baited in -- only squirrels on the roof and under the floor, a whip-poor-will on the ridge-pole, a blue jay screaming beneath the window, a hare or woodchuck under the house, a screech owl or a cat owl behind it, a flock of wild geese or a laughing loon on the pond, and a fox to bark in the night.
I ought to have let it go, but the temptation to keep it until the Man of Wrath, at present on a journey, has seen it was not to be resisted, as he has often said how much he would like to have a young owl and try and tame it.
However, he said that the sound proceeded from a very large owl, in a hollow tree; a sort of learned owl, that continually knocked its head against the branches.
One after another the doctors came, a Crow, and Owl, and a Talking Cricket.
An owl hooted not far off, and Laska, starting, stepped cautiously a few steps forward, and putting her head on one side, began to listen intently.
They kept him in their hole and fed him for the same reason that the prairie-dogs and the brown owls house the rattlesnakes-- because they did not know how to get rid of him.
If I cannot help you I SHALL die; but, to enable me to help you, you must flee like a bird out of the nest where these owls, these birds of prey, are seeking to peck you to death.
IN the spring of the year eighteen hundred and sixty-eight there lived, in a certain county of North Britain, two venerable White Owls.