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OOutstanding
OOxygen
OOfficer (military)
OOperator (telephone)
OOctal
OOfficial
OOrganization
OOutdoor
OOrange
OOut (baseball)
OOperations
ONew Orleans, Louisiana (mint mark)
OOscar (aviation letter code)
OOutput
OOffensive (Catholic movie rating)
OOrgasm
OOrtho (Benzene)
OHug(s)
OOperational
OObserver
OOrganizational
OOrder of Magnitude (computer algorithms)
OOxide
OOtis (Redding)
OImmediate (logging abbreviation)
OOdin
oOhm
OOscar Robertson (former NBA player)
OOprah (magazine)
OOuest (French: west)
OOthello
OObservation (US military aircraft designation; as in O-1)
OOrthogonal (mathematics)
OObstacle (course)
ODefensive Team (sports/coaching)
OOmit
OOutliers
OOmikron (German: Omicron; 15th letter of the Greek alphabet)
OOberst (German)
OOver to You (radio communications)
OMorally Offensive (Catholic movie rating)
OOrigin Server (Internet)
OOptional Levels (board test for high schoolers, UK)
OOhne Hauch (antigen)
OOst/Osten (German: East)
OMeasurement of Cloud Cover
OToy train railroad gauge (2 1/4 inch wide, originated in Germany)
References in classic literature ?
A young man, in the dress of an officer, conducted to their steeds two females, who, as it was apparent by their dresses, were prepared to encounter the fatigues of a journey in the woods.
He regretted he had not given the probation officer a stronger letter.
But it is time to quit this sketch; on which, however, I should be glad to dwell at considerably more length, because of all men whom I have ever known, this individual was fittest to be a Custom-House officer.
I but know this -- these officers be all of noble family, and are born -- what is it you call it?
And I got acquainted with a good many of the Seventh Cavalry, and the dragoons, and officers, and families, and horses, in the first few days, and some more in the next few and the next few and the next few, and now I know more soldiers and horses than you can think, no matter how hard you try.
This was Colonel Campbell, who had very highly regarded Fairfax, as an excellent officer and most deserving young man; and farther, had been indebted to him for such attentions, during a severe campfever, as he believed had saved his life.
She had heard that he was a very young officer who had just come from England.
That officer saved the lad's life from his own hand, and hushed up the scandalous affair by a compromise.
You lie like a rascally clown," returned Don Quixote; and lifting his pike, which he had never let out of his hand, he delivered such a blow at his head that, had not the officer dodged it, it would have stretched him at full length.
The officer alone went on board, where he was received with all the deference inspired by the uniform.
The officer still held the horse by the bridle, and had not lost all hope of seeing the king recover his resolution.
As soon as he came towards them, Porthos and Aramis observed an officer who followed D'Artagnan, treading apparently in his very steps.