OC

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OC

abbr.
1. Officer Commanding
2. Old Catholic

OC

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Officer Commanding
2. Officer of the Order of Canada

oc-

var. of ob- (by assimilation) before c: occident.

Oc

Occitan.

Oc.

or oc.,

ocean.

o.c.

in the work cited.
[< Latin opere citātō]
Translations

OC

N ABBR =Officer Commandingjefe m

OC

n abbr of Officer Commanding (Mil) → Oberbefehlshaber(in) m(f); who’s OC paper supply in the office? (inf)wer ist hier im Büro der Papierhengst? (inf)
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"Nobody has ever missed a match through an ingrowing toenail, " he says.
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Chris Baldwin was out with an ingrowing toenail and Carl Thywissen is still on the sidelines with the Norwegian version of chocolate-itis Joe Robertson was nowhere to be seen and it transpires that a combination of a flat tyre and no baby sitter had robbed us of his services.
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But the real problem of the NHS isn't the waiting list for ingrowing toenail ops and the like but the appalling mess of casualty departments.
I've got an ingrowing toenail and it's really hurting me.
Dear Dr Miriam g y e I've got an ingrowing toenail and it's really hurting me.