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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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The Supreme Court has since struck down oddly shaped districts in Georgia, North Carolina, and Texas, saying the states could not constitutionally use race as the "predominant factor" in fashioning voting districts.
Oddly, though, the typeface that bumped it is even older.
But oddly, ii can open its mouth to flick out its tongue.
Unfortunately, the essay lacks consistent focus and argument, and seems both centrifugal and oddly energy-less.
To achieve the subjugation of women, LaPierre continued, "it was necessary for the promulgators of marriage to launch a horrible campaign of discrimination against homosexuality--a campaign that coincided, oddly enough, with what became the compelling obsession of most religions: anti-Semitism.
Approximately three seconds into his brief occupation of the Wembley ring with Oddly Harrison I observed to Purr Indoors that he was a pussycat.
At its abstract best, Jodoin's oddly absorbing work enables us to see what we imagine at the very moment when we imagine what we see.
And there's something about a can of chili--the oddly spiced beans or the borderline lethal dose of sodium--that tastes just wrong any time of year.
Yet, oddly, we had no idea of what he was all about away from the ballpark.
and the world outside Europe, various 'summits' between 1978 and 1998, a summary of the constitutions of member states, where the editor oddly calls the Queen's powers 'nominal' as opposed to 'constitutionally limited.
In the introduction - oddly, their only written contribution - the editors argue for the necessity of focusing on experience and voice in order to recapture agency for those "doubly hegemonized" by western cultural imperialism and patriarchy.