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Ot·to

(ot'ō),
Adolph W., German surgeon, 1786-1845. See: Otto pelvis, Otto disease.

Ot·to

Friedrich Julius, German chemist, 1809-1870. See: Stas-Otto method.
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Otto Managing Director, Matthew Allen, commented: 'We are sorry to see David leave Otto.
Otto's Winston Churchill was inspired by a simple encouragement from his British history professor, Dr.
Dortmund posted on Twitter, 'Delighted to announce the return of former Borussia Dortmund player, Otto Addo, who will serve as an assistant coach focusing on youth development!'
"Of course I hold North Korea responsible for Otto's mistreatment and death.
"I never like being misinterpreted, but especially when it comes to Otto Warmbier and his great family," Trump wrote on Twitter Friday, adding, "Remember, I got Otto out along with three others.
In 2016, (https://www.ibtimes.com/otto-warmbier-dies-family-blames-north-korea-death-2554449) Otto Warmbier was arrested in North Korea for trying to steal a propaganda poster from a hotel while visiting as part of a tourist group.
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You were cool if you were an 'Ottomate' because that meant you were part of the hugely popular Otto Club.
Otto's determination to look at the big picture didn't stop him from understanding and prioritizing specific issues--winning provider status, securing changes in direct and indirect remuneration policies, and protecting the Tricare program, among them--that have a direct bearing on the future of pharmacy.
Recorder Paul Hopkins QC noted Otto had previously been used as an "attack dog".
Otto says that he has seen a lot of interest from Russia and other central Asian countries which suffer from very cold winters.