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ODD

Abbreviation for oculodentodigital dysplasia (syndrome).

ODD

Abbreviation for:
oxygen-dependent degradation

ODD

Abbreviation for oculodentodigital dysplasia.
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But Debbie and her husband David, a 40-year-old BT engineer, pop round every week to do the garden and help out with odd jobs.
We know that being unable to do very small odd jobs in the home can mean residents have to move into sheltered accommodation before they really want to.
I saved every penny I had left over for many, many years and up until 70 years of age did odd jobs, including cleaning toilets.
Around 27 per cent of young people aged between 11 and 18 regularly earn money doing odd jobs, bringing in an average of pounds 45.
Resilient and hard working, they take on odd jobs to make ends meet, and to keep their feet beating the marley.
A gang member, Garcia had a record of dealing methamphetamines and held odd jobs in his country.
Tobin, 60, had been doing odd jobs at the church for six weeks.
The two end up doing odd jobs in a brothel (nothing explicit here, but there's some suggestive language throughout the novel) and then join a traveling freak show, Dr.
Once in Los Angeles, he worked several odd jobs, including moving furniture and working at a chemical coating factory, until landing a job in the food industry, unloading boxcars in a warehouse for Mayfair Markets.
His only source of self-support came from odd jobs he performed for a woman named Melida Murillo, owner of a Colombian restaurant called Mama Leonor.