ocreate

ocreate

(ˈɒkrɪɪt; -ˌeɪt)
adj
1. (Botany) botany possessing an ocrea; sheathed
2. (Zoology) ornithol another word for booted2
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Vazifdar suggested that investors researching both brands and potential projects should look at locales that will, as he put it, Ocreate demographics,O and he mentioned the Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo as a prime example.
To publicize the site and its new capabilities, TravelMuse has partnered with the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) to give away a luxury trip for two to Oahu through the OCreate a Trip on TravelMuse, Win Your Perfect Moment in HawaiiO sweepstakes.
C Instead, they would ocreate deterrenceo by punishing Lebanon and the individual towns and villages that provide the terror group with its fighting force and cover.
Dutch Liberal Sophia in 't Veld feared data retention would only ocreate the illusion we are improving securityo.
Make-up guru Bobbi Brown says: OCreate a subtle illusion of lift by running our Long Wear Gel Eyeliner, pounds 13.
He said it would ocreate much needed momentum for Mediterranean regional integration and foster private investment in the regiono.
Employees were first notified about the changes last month in a letter from board member Carsten Spohr, who wrote that an Oorganizational mergerO of Lufthansa Direct and Germanwings would focus on Dusseldorf, Berlin, Hamburg, Stuttgart and Cologne and Ocreate a uniform shared fleet in order to finally cap losses being made in decentralized traffic.
Amtrak Amtrak launched a OCreate Our Contest Contest,O a summer-long campaign that invites the general public to develop what will become AmtrakOs first user-generated contest.
Princess Academy has launched a new course, OCreate a Winning Marketing Plan,O to help travel agents develop a business blueprint to achieve their sales goals.
The current Merger Regulation states that the Commission can prohibit a concentration that ocreates or strengthens a dominant position, as a result of which effective competition would be significantly impeded.