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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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President Richard Nixon crudely expressed this attitude when, oddly enough, he wiretapped himself in the Oval Office saying "blacks, whites, Mexicans, and the rest shouldn't have anything to say about government mainly because they don't have the brains to know.
Oddly enough, they failed to make it into the chamber for the start of proceedings and Trish's introduction from Dafydd Elis-Thomas.
And oddly enough, the argument before the court of appeals was on January 4, the day I was sworn in.
Oddly enough, a few days later Black was reassigned by the department and the investigation shut down.
Oddly enough, it may be necessary to turn again to fiction to find a representation of youth culture that describes how much has changed since Coleman's era.
ODDLY enough the best performance seen this week was not at the Festival, but at Nottingham on Monday night where Fear Me was awesome in winning the Betfred Eclipse Stakes final.
But oddly enough it's the Prime Minister and Charles Clark who knew best about opening all hours Bill.
But, oddly enough, it is the prime minister and Charles Clarke who know best about the opening-all-hours bill.
Oddly enough, it's like asking your wife to marry you and she says, 'yes,' and you wonder, 'Oh my goodness, am I able Torraville to?
Oddly enough, several seemingly obvious explanations for this high-level disinclination to blog were overlooked by the nation's McPaper of McRecord.
Oddly enough, we rarely think of benchmarking our management effectiveness, let alone our IT functions.
By moving the center support around, you can adjust the vice to fit a wide variety of guns including rifles, ARs, over/under or side-by-side shotguns in the broken open position and, oddly enough, handguns.