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OOoOut Of Order (execution)
OOoOdd One Out
OOoOscuro's Oblivion Overhaul (gaming, The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion IV mod)
OOoOil of Olay (cosmetic)
OOoOut of Order
OOoOpen Office Org
OOoOn Our Own
OOoOut Of Office
OOoOut of the Ordinary
OOoOptical Optical Optical (telecommunications switching)
OOoOf Obscure Origin
OOoOutwit Outplay Outlast (Survivor TV Show)
OOoOut Of Option
OOoObschestvo S Ogranichennoi Otvetstvennost'yu (Russian: Limited Liability Company, Llc)
OOoObject-Oriented Organization
OOoObject Oriented Operation (TMN)
OOoOverly Officious Official (sports officiating)
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According to this reference work, the term is 'of obscure origin and history'.
149) and "a group of words of obscure origin", among others, laamits, laamik id.
The phrase "born from oaks and stones, " Erasmus says, may be applied to a person of obscure origin and also to boorish or wild fellows.
A famous Civil War song of obscure origin. The tune, originally known as "Glory Hallelujah," dates back as far as 1856 and is generally credited to William Steffe, a South Carolinian who composed many camp-meeting tunes.
Serif is a word of obscure origin, denoting one of those fiddly lines at the top or bottom of a printed letter.
It is quite unthinkable that British or Irish breeders might give a chance to one such as Siphon, a Brazilian-bred of obscure origins, who reached his peak as a six-year-old.
Werner Sollors has suggested that Greek tragedy's "themes of obscure origins and interfamilial strife" influenced the interracial literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (244).
The book establishes its frame of reference with a short and selective critique of Islamic philosophy before introducing the narrative framework of a boy of obscure origins reared by a gazelle on a desert island, without human contact.
The novel chronicles the fleeting fame of Augustus Melmotte, a villainous financier of obscure origins who briefly captivates the aristocratic society of London with his image as a man of wealth and prestige.