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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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And over Odder and Horsens fjord circle flocks of birds, fowl of every description, and a single bird that defies description.
95) appears in its first edition to cover some of the state's odder attractions.
In Brazil, no two bedfellows could be odder than the table-thumping left-wing Workers Party (PT) and the expansionist capitalistic bank Bradesco.
Odder still is that his comings and goings were not very closely watched by the Secret Service, whose records show that on fourteen occasions he checked in but was never processed out.
What makes the case odder still is that Rossi had already secured this registration in an appeal against an earlier rejection of its SISSI ROSSI mark for leather, imitation leather and leather goods.
It gets odder after that, with a tender conversation between two childhood friends composing the bulk of "In the Park," though there's ne resolution to the dueling, yet compelling, theories of love presented.
ONE of the odder things about Coronation Street is the way that it knocks the rough edges off those characters who join as monsters.
Odder is his statement that the queen "took direct charge of the diplomacy during that crucial summer [of 1731], since the king, though perfectly lucid, was in no condition to carry out his duties" (185).
She doesn't go out - which is even odder especially considering she lives in London.
An odder twist is that the second violin and percussionist are invariably women who also provide harmony vocals.
The odd prosecutorial priorities displayed by Starr appear even odder in retrospect, now that the former special prosecutor has turned up as a defense witness for Mark Jimenez, who is among the scores of figures implicated in illegal fundraising activities who have fled the country.
Gunnar Nielsen of Odder (Denmark) Hospital and his associates identified 1,462 pregnant women who filled prescriptions for NSAIDs and more than 17,000 who did not.