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ort

 (ôrt)
n.
1. often orts A small scrap or leaving of food after a meal is completed.
2. A scrap; a bit.

[Middle English orte, food left by animals, probably from Middle Dutch : oor, out; see ud- in Indo-European roots + eten, to eat; see ed- in Indo-European roots.]

ort

(ɔːt)
n
(Cookery) a leftover fragment of food

ort

(ɔrt)

n.
Usu., orts. a morsel of food left at a meal.
[1400–50; Middle English]

ort

, orts - An ort is a morsel or remaining scrap; orts is another name for leftovers.
See also related terms for leftovers.
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noun
1. Residual matter.Often used in plural:
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If the young lady thinks I hadn't ort to have kep' the tother 'arfcrown, I would not object to its bein' stopped from my wages if I were given a job of work here.
ORT America is also building an exciting presence in the Jewish community with Next Generation nationwide, including New York City.
Turning to the applicants and parents, Education and Science Minister Elvira Sariyeva noted that the ORT test determined the ability of a school graduate to apply his or her knowledge.
This study is intended to produce an agreed set of requirements for the ORT including:
Bird Lady Meets Mort and Ort in 'It's a Great Day for Pulling Weeds
Once these are landed, the ORTs will be acoustically commanded to 'open' and detach the lifting slings from their load.
3 overs despite the e orts of Nick Seager, who struck 65 with the bat.
ORT services have been established in all hospitals, primary health care centers, lady health worker programs, and non-government health centers throughout the country.
ORT is considered a beneficial treatment approach in reducing the harms associated with POD and changing the negative consumer behaviors associated with POD.
Physicians at Michigan Pain Consultants have been using the 5-question ORT as part of their 120-question Pain Health Assessment that they give to chronic pain patients on an iPad prior to seeing the doctor.
In the Conway area where construction is under way, an AHTD 2010 traffic study revealed that 54,000-58,000 vehicles traverse the highway daily, Ort said.
By maximizing technology, ORT allows for a fair redistribution of tolls throughout the entire length of roadway.