O-grade


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O-grade

[ˈəʊgreɪd] N ABBR (Scot) (Scol) =Ordinary gradeBUP m
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SO IT seems a few areas of Queen Victoria's life weren't mentioned in my O-Grade history.
This will take the effort of the entire Regimental leadership--noncommissioned, W-grade and O-grade officers.
I know I'll never have any need for my O-grade and Higher jotters but it just seemed wrong to toss them.
But whereas most inherited Tocharian PPs to non-a-roots may reflect zero-grade, e.g., TB kekamu, TA kakmu 'having come' (< PT [*k.sup.w]e-[k.sup.w]em-ewe [left arrow] PIE [*g.sup.w]e-[g.sup.w]m-wos- ~ *-us-u- '), others appear to have o-grade, such as TB kekenu 'having come about' (< PT *ke-ken-awe).
Level four - at Standard Grade or the new Intermediate exams - is roughly equal to an old O-Grade pass.
"My dad did assist and helped get the accordion recognised for O-grade exams."
Our roles and responsibilities are well documented in Army publications and are readily accessible by the commanders and O-grade officers in the field who rate warrant officers.
My O-grade chemistry class didn't teach me how to turn antiperspirant into a weapon of mass destruction.
First of all, the assumption of an altered "proterodynamic" type for PIE with a strong stem with e-grade of the root and o-grade of the suffix requires further justification beyond that offered for t-stems alone (pp.
And the results of 90,000 O-grade students have still to be re-checked.
However, armed with Higher Maths, a scraped pass in O-Grade physics and some help from Google, I was able to discover that it cost PS2.6 billion to build the Large Hadron Collider.
Not the same, but equal is a good way to describe the warrant officer corps in relation to our O-grade cohorts.