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(1) The inspector chalked O.K. on my baggage.
(2) O.K. I'll sign off. We'll talk at the beginning of the week.
(3) He is so crazy about U.F.O.that he laps up all he can read about it.
(4) The chemical formula for water is H 2 O.
(5) Bicycle for sale: ￡60 o.n.o.
(6) "I'd like to be alone, O.K?" — "Sure. O.K.".
(7) The line AB intersects the line CD at O.
(8) The W.H.O. safety standard for ozone levels is somewhere about a hundred.
(9) "Any problems?" — "No, I'm O.K."
(10) Write to P.O. Box 714, Key Largo, Florida.
(11) She was really p.o.'d when she didn't get the job.
(12) 'O.O.B.E.' is short for 'Out Of Body Experience'.
(13) It's O.K. I smoothed things out.
(14) Once a B.O.A.T., difficulties with vehicular use can be regulated by a traffic regulation order.
(15) Just seven days later, Benjamin O.. Davis was named the first black general in the regular army.
(16) Well, O. K. But throw him out of office in a rank-and-file election?
(17) Ostertagia ostertagi O. ostertagi has a direct life cycle.
(18) He was seen to wave that he was O.K. to one of the other aircraft.
(19) Manuscripts and queries to the editors at P.O.
(20) Since O. ostertagi is the most prevalent of the species in cattle it is considered in detail.
(21) There's also a slide show and talk presented by ex P.O.W.'s once incarcerated in Colditz[Sentencedict.com], followed by dinner.
(22) Table 1 o.3 throws some light on regional differences in enterprise saving in 1987.
(23) Within living memory, like mine for instance, it was possible to dial numbers beginning D.O.U ....
(24) The O. J. Simpson civil trial resumes Monday, and with it, the defense strategy of connect the dots.
(25) Q Are moisturising shampoos O.K. for all hair types and do you need to use a conditioner with them?
(26) That was O.K. Perhaps it was a good omen.
(27) I can't make out whether this letter is an e or an o.
(28) Finally I got out into population and that was O. K. Nurses, all kinds of dope.
(29) She wore a thin gold band engraved with the initials O.M.O.
(30) Toobin's book is a dense yet readable account of the O.J. Simpson trial.