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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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Early forms of conservation develop somewhat later than the oddity principle or insertions into series, and kindergartners diverge more in their understanding of this important form of early abstract thought.
The oddity concept appears to have been the most investigated relative class concept using the most different species of animals, including birds (e.
Worms: A Space Oddity demonstrates significant visual, technical and design advancement over its predecessors with a new visual style that abandons the traditional drawn approach and replaces it with a distinctive style inspired by classic Sci-Fi looks.
Thompson said: "I'm very pleased to have secured strong and consistent figures for the four days," whileWalker added: "Last year had some fantastic peaks, but that may have been something of an oddity, and although they are not as high this time, three of the four days are better than 2005.
Due to an oddity of the tax code that remained on the books since Prohibition, their hobby was technically outlawed when they began pursuing the craft.
The process may have been, as Chadwick put it, "a metaphysical conceit for the union of two people expressing themselves bodily," but the sheer formal oddity of the result transcends her idea's far-fetched wit.
Prompted by that oddity, Keck's team took a close look at the shape of the D.
The portrayal of this oddity is the collection's greatest achievement.
And those of us who do vote are casting ballots for electoral college delegates, not the candidate directly, an oddity of the American political process.
His have grace, oddity and sinuous, serpentine design.
This is something of an oddity -- a selection of approachable essays on familiar aspects of twentieth-century modernism, flavoured with an idiosyncratic collection of broadly late-Marxist commentaries about the social and political failure of architecture.
the house, brick & modern, is an oddity - sits prominently among shotgun houses, cows, chickens, fish ponds, bait shops & trailer homes