In 2012, tennis conducted 2,185 tests—only 63 of which were oc blood tests.
For comparison, cycling conducted 13,745 tests in 2011, 3,314 of which oc blood tests.
And last night, oc feted the collection in its New York store.
In Lizzia the eye is placed at the base of a tentacle and consists of (fig. 276) a lens (l) and a percipient bulb (oc).
With it are connected the optic vesicles (oc)—solid at first—which are pushed back into the region of the mid-brain.
As leih dooin nyn loghtyn, nyr ta shin leih dauesyn tu jannoo loghtyn nyn' oc.
oc and oil (hoc and hoc illud), the respective terms indicating affirmation.
The sore, cropped ears of the domesticated dog are supposed to be represented in this sign, oc.
We do know how the Germans, the Burgundians, and the folks who speak the oc tongue do love the king.
The ancestors of Eleanora were called par excellence—the Lords of “oc” and “no.”
("Oh see!") A parallel logic language.
["Self-Description of Oc and its Applications", M. Hirata, Proc 2nd Natl Conf Japan Soc Soft Sci Tech, pp. 153-156, 1984].