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OLDOld Version (file name extension)
OLDOnline Dating
OLDObstructive Lung Disease (respiratory disease)
OLDOffice of Legislative Drafting (Australia)
OLDOccupational Lung Disease
OLDObsessive Love Disorder (mental health)
OLDOxford Latin Dictionary
OLDOptical Line Distribution
OLDOriginal Drawing
OLDOne-Line Diagram
OLDOutput Linefeed Disposition
OLDOffice of Logic Design (NASA)
OLDOrchid List Digest
OLDOptical Line Driver
OLDOperating Level Days
OLDOff-Load Device
OLDOperations Limitation Document
OLDOperational Logic Diagram
OLDOn-Line Tests and Diagnostics (US DoD)
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'Ah!' said the old lady, shaking her head; 'I can't hear you.'
That's where the wet feet came from," said the old man.
"Oh, father, the ploughshares I ordered, has he brought them along?" asked the big, healthy-looking fellow, obviously the old man's son.
But old Benjy was young master's real delight and refuge.
At the period of our story his whole visible income would not have paid the tax of the old mansion in which we find him.
"Is it business?" asked Old Sharon, speaking in a hoarse, asthmatical voice, and fixing a pair of bright, shameless, black eyes attentively on the two visitors.
"Poor old fellow!" said the boy, "do you think, grandpapa, he was ever a carriage horse?"
The old prince was in a good temper and very gracious to Pierre.
"She was an angel straight out of Heaven," breathed the man, fervently; "but the old master and missus knew her as their oldest daughter.
Mrs Plornish's father,--a poor little reedy piping old gentleman, like a worn-out bird; who had been in what he called the music- binding business, and met with great misfortunes, and who had seldom been able to make his way, or to see it or to pay it, or to do anything at all with it but find it no thoroughfare,--had retired of his own accord to the Workhouse which was appointed by law to be the Good Samaritan of his district (without the twopence, which was bad political economy), on the settlement of that execution which had carried Mr Plornish to the Marshalsea College.
'Save us!' said the old lady, with tears in her eyes.
'I am sure you will not do that,' said the little creature,' you are such a very old gentleman, and walk so slow yourself.'