The fire broke out at an estate called ottos, situated in the suburbs of St. Johns.
First dissolve the ottos in the spirit, then add the rose-water.
It is easy to draw a comparison between the Antonines and the ottos which should shew nothing but unlikeness.
Not waiting for any protest she might have, Aldous slipped back through the door and took the path up to the ottos'.
Internally, again, the Empire of the ottos and their successors was new and unprecedented.
The ottos emulate Charlemagne in their zeal for literature and for fine works of art, but their attainment is slighter.
Perfumers use the ottos of the mint in the manufacture of mouth-washes and dental liquids.
Leo points out that the granting of exemptions to the north Italian cities came from the ottos.
"You see it isn't much of a task for me to move," he said, as they turned back in the direction of the ottos'.
Otto of rosemary is very extensively used in perfumery, especially in combination with other ottos for scenting soap.