A-OK


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A-OKAlert Overseas Kids
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Battery life is A-OK, enough to last you over 24 hours.
If you get the green light from your doctor, then vitamin K is a-oK!
Which sounds A-OK, until you think about some of the examples he uses to switch sides and "make what is sometimes viewed as a courageous move," as the guv called it.
We present a similar case of a 26-year-old woman with suspected AFE who was successfully managed with traditional therapy and a novel regimen of Atropine, Ondansetron, and Ketorolac (A-OK) [4,14].
Behaviour I would shun if somebody were doing it on the bus is apparently A-OK when I am doing it in my flat.
The wave is viewed as dismissive in China, while the "A-OK" emoji is offensive in Latin America.
A $1.45 trillion F-35 programme is A-OK; it's Afghanistan war veterans' medical costs that are going to cripple the economy.
Feel free to work yourself into an unhinged, bigoted lather, because supporting Trump means that you are A-OK with a campaign chairman who, according to his ex-wife, is an anti-Semite, exemplified by her claim that he didn't want their twin daughters to go to Los Angeles' Archer School for Girls because he "didn't want the girls going to school with Jews," where they might grow up to be "whiny" brats.
Don't get us wrong: Anything that gets more people reading is A-OK with us.
The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) has been offering students a chance to help pay for college through its A-OK Student Reward Program since 1997.
When you're on partthrottle and the engine's brain thinks everything is A-OK it drops one bank of six cylinders for 55sec, allowing the car to run as a 3.0-litre V6 to save fuel and reduce emissions.