OCR

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AcronymDefinition
OCROptical Character Recognition
OCROptical Character Reader
OCROffice for Civil Rights
OCROffice of Civil Rights
OCROrange County Register (newspaper)
OCRObstacle Course Racing
OCROfficial Cash Rate
OCROxygen Consumption Rate
OCROnline Course Review (various universities)
OCROn-Campus Resources (college recruitment)
OCROriginal Cast Recording
OCROssicular Chain Reconstruction (ear surgery)
OCROracle Cluster Registry
OCROutput Control Register
OCRObject Clock Reference
OCROptical Core Router
OCROvercommitment Ratio
OCROlympic Classes Regatta (various locations)
OCROn-Campus Recruitment
OCROwn Credit Risk
OCROffice of Community Relations
OCROttawa Central Railway
OCROffice of Civilian Requirements (US Navy)
OCROld Country Road
OCROffice of Congressional Relations (OPM)
OCROverall Capitalization Rate (real estate)
OCROmnicare Clinical Research (Omnicare, Inc.)
OCROpen Collaborative Research
OCROffice of Coordinating Responsibility
OCROld Christian Radio
OCROfficial Court Reporter
OCROnline Community Relations (gaming site)
OCROffice of the Commissioner of Railroads
OCROver Current Relay (power distribution)
OCRO'Connell Racing (car racing)
OCROil Circuit Recloser
OCROff the Cuff Remark
OCROffice of Collateral Responsibility
OCROverclocked Remixes
OCROffice of Coal Research
OCROutstanding Claims Reserve (insurance)
OCROn-Channel Repeater
OCROne-Call Resolution
OCROperating Conditions Register
OCROperations Change Request
OCROrganizational Change Request
OCROxford, Cambridge & RSA Examinations (UK)
OCROperational Capability Requirements
OCROutgoing Call Restriction
OCRObligational Contractual Relations (customer-supplier model)
OCROffice of Coordinating Responsibility (US DoD)
OCROrganization Change Request
OCROff-Color Remark
OCROpen Care Record (medicine)
OCROptical Control Room
OCROrange County Raptors (lacrosse club; Montgomery, NY)
OCROperational Change Report
OCROrganizational Capability Review
OCROffice Claim Representative
OCROutage Capacity Region
OCROpen Cycle Ratio (mechanics)
OCROuter Cell Region
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Thompson said that many editors at the New Yorker, including Morrison and Remnick, had long considered Borowitz the funniest guy on the Internet and were already addicted to the comedian's Twitter feed, which he updates with topical jokes and off-color remarks many times throughout the day.
Like many public figures, Falwell was a part of a number of scandals: from off-color remarks about Muslims and the Prophet Muhammad following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, to his public fight with Flynt about a cartoon published in Hustler.
First, sexual references, off-color remarks, and "mature" double entendres are prohibited.
I would agree that in many instances in everyday life it is legitimate, necessary, and right to eschew the slang, the colorful and off-color remarks, the "common talk." It's important that we, as a society, protect neutral discursive spaces in our schools, churches, governmental institutions, courts, and so forth.
The clear crowd favorite, Joel mugged broadly, traded off-color remarks with his band and engaged in stage antics that would have been more at home in the Malcolm Wilson Room at the fabulous Mastic-Shirley Ramada Inn than an arena such as the Forum.
A full appreciation of King's often-lascivious private sense of humor supports a far more benign interpretation of his off-color remarks: the taped comments, whatever they precisely were, stemmed from King's enjoyment of dirty jokes, not from any "unguarded rage" toward the late president.
Thompson, 34, says he ended his surfing career two years ago because of too many nagging questions, innuendos, and off-color remarks regarding his homosexuality.
May's off-color remarks: "Obama would hire the rapper Lucacris to paint the White House black" ...
Jones has invoked none of the indignation that arose from feminists over Clarence Thomas' alleged off-color remarks to Anita Hill.
He then retweeted off-color remarks about the incident from his fans on Twitter.
Zell has made headlines in recent weeks for occasionally lapsing into profanity and off-color remarks as he tours Tribune's media properties.