Otto I

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Ot·to I

 (ŏt′ō, ôt′ō) also O·tho I (ō′thō, ō′tō) Known as "Otto the Great." 912-973.
King of Germany (936-973) and first Holy Roman emperor (962-973). He brought Italy and Burgundy under German control.

Otto I

(ˈɒtəʊ) or

Otho I

(Biography) called the Great. 912–73 ad, king of Germany (936–73); Holy Roman Emperor (962–73)

Otto I

( “the Great” ) A.D. 912–973, king of the Germans 936–973; emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 962–973.
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14) Mathilda, Otto I's daughter, became abbess of Quedlinburg when she was just eleven, while her cousin, Gerberga II (niece of Otto I and daughter of Henry, duke of Bavaria), joined Gandersheim at an equally early age.
Otto is pleased to announce it has now executed a superior sale and purchase agreement with Nido Petroleum to divest GPC for $108m A$130m on the same terms and conditions as the Risco, Otto further added.
The field continues to produce in line with expectations and Otto is working with the Operator to continue to improve facility performance and plan for the appraisal of the remainder of the field.
Otto is a manufacturer and service provider of plastic containers for the waste, material handling and industrial markets.