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o.1

1.
pint.
Origin of o.1
From the Latin word octārius

o.2

1.
2.
off.
3.
old.
4.
only.
5.
6.
Baseball. out; outs.

O.1

1.
(in prescriptions) a pint.
Origin
From the Latin word octārius

O.2

1.
2.
3.
4.
Ohio.
5.
Old.
6.
7.
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  • It is all off,—at least, I hear so,—and o. has asked for leave to go home.

    Barrington Charles James Lever
  • After you work a week or two with this coach and learn his methods you will be o. K.

  • This is noticeable specially in the o. spectabilis, later described.

    My Studio Neighbors William Hamilton Gibson
  • This is true even in a surprise ending, such as o. Henry delights in.

  • Columbus (o.) is similarly situated as a railway and farming centre.

    Commercial Geography

    Jacques W. Redway

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