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OW

abbr.
Sports overtime wins

ow

 (ou)
interj.
Used especially in response to sudden pain.
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ow

()
interj
an exclamation of pain
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ow

(aʊ)

interj.
(used esp. as an expression of intense or sudden pain.)
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Translations

ow

[aʊ] EXCL¡ay!
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ow

[ˈaʊ] excl (= ouch) → ouille!
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Over the next few months, Occupy Wall Street (OWS) took shape as a movement and its activities not only fed discussions in the media and among the people on the street and in their homes, but also the development of our exhibition concept.
Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan, site of the original OWS protests in 2011, was a disaster zone, an expressive space of refuge from the economic meltdown.
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But instead of jacking up interest rates and beginning a campaign of harassment to make good on their investment, OWS hopes to free the debtors and one day put an end to the predatory lending that has ensnared so many in the first place.
Although there are certainly more efficient and sustainable ways to generate power, the OWS groups options were limited.
Occupy Broadway stood as one of the first major fusions of OWS and the downtown theatre community--and while attendance wasn't huge, energy was high despite the blustery cold.
However, if the embrace of OWS by the labor movement is an exciting prospect, it is not without its problems.
This year's BUDDIE winner--for Best Unknown Database--can save OWS. It is an entity that shares many causes with OWS, but it has already been effective in changing laws, regulations, and attitudes for decades.
On first glance, OWS's use of technology appears scattered and inconsistent.
Le 17 septembre, Occupy Wall Street (OWS), qui comme les "indignes" ne se reconnaEt pas de meneurs, s'installe a son tour dans un square du quartier de Wall Street a New York.
In one sense, that factand its prominent placement on the neoconservative journal's Websiteis victory enough for OWS: it has forced itself into just about every imaginable conversation at this point, and even Commentary has to reckon with it.