OUTS


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AcronymDefinition
OUTSOutput String
OUTSOxford University Tiddlywinks Society (Oxford, UK)
OUTSOxford University Turkish Society (Oxford, England, UK)
OUTSOperational Unit Transportable System
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When Anderson first introduced me to his family, about two years ago, his sister was not out, and I could not get her to speak to me.
The theft raid which he had made upon the village turned out better than he had ventured to hope.
Second, you let the enemy out o' this here trap for nothing.
My friend threw out the information in a very offhand way, but I saw that he cocked his eye at me to see if I had followed his reasoning.
To be thrust out of the discussion in this way would have been enough to complete Mrs.
Their homeward journey was as lively as their drive out had been.
If I can find a publisher for it it will probably be out next summer or fall."
There were possibly a few track men out there who knew the race horse as well as Edna, but there was certainly none who knew it better.
He realised that these walks amused neither of them, but he could not bear to leave her, and did all he could to lengthen them till she became tired and out of temper.
The old count, who had always kept up an enormous hunting establishment but had now handed it all completely over to his son's care, being in very good spirits on this fifteenth of September, prepared to go out with the others.
Thanks to the stupidity of the French, they have gone to such lengths to conceal the fact of my escape for these many days that I have had ample opportunity to work out every detail of our little adventure so carefully that there is little chance of the slightest hitch occurring to mar our prospects.
We whacked this up, shared it, and sometimes loaned all of what was left of it when one of us needed it for some more gorgeous girl- adventure, such as car-fare out to Blair's Park and back--twenty cents, bang, just like that; and ice-cream for two--thirty cents; or tamales in a tamale-parlour, which came cheaper and which for two cost only twenty cents.