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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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E Hinton's The Outsiders and Rumble Fish as well as setting-specific films such as Twister and odder titles such as Weird Al Yankovic's UHF.
Summary: Rabat - Communication Minister, Government spokesman, Khalid Naciri reiterated the government's sincere will and firm determination to address social demands of workers in odder to meet their legitimate expectations, while preserving the fundamental economic balance.
However, if they had the group would have looked even odder.
DUBAI It's odd enough to find a sealed, empty soda can, but it's even odder when the same man finds two empty 7UP cans within a week.
Things become even odder when a mysterious stranger, Lucien, whisks Trey away to his luxurious penthouse in London and reveals himself as a vampire who was once the partner of Trey's father in fighting evil.
Line Riders (DS) I HAVE played some bonkers games in my lifetime but they don't come much odder than a game where you draw lines across the screen for a little man on his sledge to follow.
Human beings are odd animals' and while women are not odder they are different and how that difference shades into distressing illnesses is explored in this moving account.
But you can't get odder than the result of the very first SPOTY in 1954 - four-minute miler Roger Bannister finished second to Chris Chataway, who was his pacemaker in the race.
We thought the case couldn't get odder, but it did.
Odder items they have been asked for include a smoke machine, a portable roadway, a road-sweeper and a tower crane.
NAEB OG KLOER (Beak and claws) is a rather intriguing mystery set in the small town of Odder and in the rural area around Horsens Fjord in Jutland.
Bizarre the story might be, but there's the even odder sight of manic funnyman Ferrell delivering a subtle and charming performance.