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O.S.A.

1.
Order of St. Augustine (Augustinian).
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  • There was little choice of roads now, osa said (we woke him to ask him).

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  • Vn iour certain Franois osa tancer quelque Sauuage, cest'occasion: le Sauuage luy repliqua en cholere.

  • He was chopping and chewing now to osa Couper; and all at once he cried out, Have ye done all ye can, ye fishermen?

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  • The gipsy woman didnt take her eyes off osa, who was talking to Nunan in the Romany; but she didnt speak.

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  • osa Couper was talking to old Joe Barker, and a fellow who was listening turned suddenly away and pulled out his pipe.

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  • The shouts and lanterns were bewildering, and I heard a fellow give a shout of recognition to osa Couper.

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  • A peasant came up to a certain intelligent man in osa and brought along with him a girl about sixteen years old.

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  • If osa looked from yonder mountain scarp, Would she descend to lead such currish hearts To liberty?

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British Dictionary definitions for osa

OSA

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1.
Order of Saint Augustine
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