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otto

1

[ ot-oh ]

Otto

2

[ ot-oh; German awt-oh ]

noun

  1. a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “rich.”

otto

1

/ ˈɒtəʊ /

noun

  1. See attar
    another name for attar


Otto

2

/ ˈɔto /

noun

  1. OttoRudolf18691937MGermanRELIGION: theologian Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1869–1937, German theologian: his best-known work is The Idea of the Holy (1923)

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Wasted food “does not feed people, but it does feed climate change,” added Otto during a March 4 news conference.

In 2016, the engineer left to found a self-driving car startup dubbed Otto, a business that was acquired just months later by Uber.

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Otto and an Air Force spokeswoman said top officials made clear the Air Force should not be part of the program.

By the time he met with the man a few months later, Otto was wearing a wire for the FBI.

Courtney told some people, including Otto, that he was trying to stop the next Edward Snowden.

The Former Governor of Illinois and onetime US Senator, Otto Kerner, died of cancer in 1976.

Otto Chan, my friend and contact in this elite world warned me in advance not to say it.

The Franks moved to Amsterdam, which they knew to be a refuge, as well as a place where Otto had connections.

Otto Frank was prescient, and he decided that for the foreseeable future Germany was not going to be a comfortable place for Jews.

By 1933, Otto and Edith Frank had two daughters: Margot, who was seven, and Anne, who was four.

However, Mr. Sitz and Otto appeared, and tied the legs of the struggling beast, and so bore her away.

Strain through a very fine muslin or linen, and add the otto of roses.

The serious one of the pair contended that Otto Schmaltz, the character played by Shean, did not have a whole shirt on his back.

"Here comes Otto with the beer and sandwiches," Ramos burst out.

"Maybe some more of Otto's beer will help," Frank suggested.

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