n.1.(Zool.) A fish having a bony skeleton; a teleost.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A US-based dental implant manufacturing and sales company, Intra-Lock International and Intra-Lock Manufacturing is known for its OSSEAN surface structure, which is engineered to increase host-to-implant biocompatibility and biomechanical response and is characterized by a surface topography that is similar at all levels of magnification.
Contacts by the Mossad with the new king's representatives were only beginning when I reached Casablanca on March 16, 1961, as a delegate of an international children's organization, OSE, renamed OSSEAN [Oeuvre Suisse de Secours aux Enfants de l'Afrique du Nord].
Our family "cover" as a normal Christian family was now complete, with me as OSSEAN's emissary.