oont


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oont

(ʊnt)
n
dialect Indian a camel
[C19: from Hindi unt]
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* Sturm und Drang (SHTURM oont DRAHNG), which means "storm and struggle," is widely used to refer to anything excessively emotional or to turmoil or upheaval in general.
(Cliff) Chadderton, OC, OOnt, DL, LLD is well-known to veterans as a tireless crusader on the issues of veterans' rights and preservation of Canada's military heritage.
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Oonts, he said, and added after a moments pause: Whats thee been getting in thy basket?