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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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So without further ado, here are some of the oddest sports moments in 2014.
Six books have been selected for the 2014 Diagram Prize for Oddest Book Title of the Year shortlist, online book news company The Bookseller announced on Friday.
Now available as a complete collection of the Reader's Digest column "My Planet" for the first time, My Planet: Finding Humor in the Oddest Places is an anthology of lighthearted, gently humorous essays by Mary Roach, well known for her accessible science writing in "Stiff, Spook, Bonk" and "Packing for Mars".
QWHAT is the oddest ever Olympic sport in the history of the modern Games?
A "kids get the oddest insecurities" lead-in would avoid laying blame but might jolt her conscience, if she did plant seeds of doubt.
AN ACCOUNT of the history of an ice cream business in Coventry has been nominated for the Oddest Book Title of the Year.
LANCASTER -- Kevin Viera says the best ideas seem to pop up at the oddest times.
The oddest conversation witnessed were Vandal Joey Escalante and Tony Hawk plotting the insertion of musical cues into video games of their choosing.
HERE'S THE oddest thing about the ongoing--never-ending may be more apt--donnybrook over immigration: Amidst all the finger pointing and fury, all the column inches and congressional speeches dedicated to hammering out the last best hope for keeping foreigners from our shores, the nativists and restrictionists forgot to document what problems immigrants actually pose to these United States.
Skyjet international the business jet charter service division of Bombardier hosted perhaps the oddest media briefing at Farnborough.
The oddest work in the show, Kamikaze was also the most ambitious and rewarding, partly because it most engaged its dynamic potential as sculpture, strangely evoking David Smith and Anthony Caro.