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How to use oc- in a sentence
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.
The former OC star, 26, was channelling Hollywood chic in a tapered tuxedo and bright orange lipstick.
In short, one of the three circuits (Bo Oc Cb) shows money circulating once out of bank.Readings in Money and Banking|Chester Arthur Phillips
As leih dooin nyn loghtyn, nyr ta shin leih dauesyn tu jannoo loghtyn nyn' oc.Dissertation on the English Language|Noah Webster, Jr.
"OC" wide, "C" slants sharply to right and at base is within the angle, formed by the outer curves.
"OC" near but "C" slants from left to right and its base touches the outer frame line.
The persons corresponding to these start to run, and the one caught has to play as Squaw-oc-t'moos.Contribution to Passamaquoddy Folk-Lore|J. Walter Fewkes