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O·tis

(ō'tis),
Arthur Brooks, U.S. respiratory physiologist, *1913. See: Rahn-Otis sample.

OTIS

(ōt′is) [Acronym from Organization of Teratology Information Specialists]
A nonprofit organization that provides information about potential health risks during pregnancy and lactation. Website: www.otispregnancy.org
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It doesn't take long before Otis' reputation grows-and so does the number of his clientele.
Macud said the DPWH allocated P37 million in 2015 for the construction of a new Otis Bridge, replacing the old one that was constructed in 1968.
Family, friends and colleagues have been so touched by Otis's story that the Roscoes are already close to their [pounds sterling]2,500 target.
"After what felt like forever the nurse looked over and smiled and told us that Otis was stable enough to be taken to the neonatal unit.
Demand is what Otis is used to seeing growing, both globally and especially in the Middle East.
As per the deal, Otis will supply 256 escalators, six moving walkways, and 183 machine room-less elevators with travel speeds up to 1 meter per second, including fully glazed panoramic elevators.
As part of its contract, Otis will supply 256 escalators, six moving walkways, and 183 machine room-less elevators with travel speeds of up to 1m per second.
Segovia said Otis had been found and brought back home safe.
"Otis the Owl" is a beautiful color photo-illustrated story of the fledging of a young barred owl in a nest in a hole in a tree in the forest.
Otis has introduced its latest connected Gen2 Life elevator and the expanded Otis SkyRise product family in the Middle East.