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o.d.

abbr. Latin
oculus dexter (right eye)
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Verb1.o.d. - dose too heavilyo.d. - dose too heavily; "The rock star overdosed and was found dead in his hotel room"
drug, dose - administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist"
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David Parker, O.D., of Olive Branch, was presented with the inaugural Healthcare Award for serving as an advocate for patient safety and eye and vision care.
The doctors' team, consisting of Alan Limfat, O.D., Nancy Luan O.D.
The Dubai Misdemeanour Court sentenced the Sri Lankan defendants, the 27-year-old housemaid, O.D., and her 38-year-old employer, P.H., to three months each followed by deportation.
According to the prosecution records, O.D. and N.S.
The Type 2000 2/2-Way Y-Pattern Valve with O.D. tube end is designed to be a reliable alternative to ball valves, providing three to five times the cycle life.
The grinding wheel can be indexed 180[degrees] featuring an O.D. grinding spindle at one end with up to a 610 mm grinding wheel allowed, while the opposite end has an I.D.
The Pipe-Lift is available in sizes to accommodate all types of pipe from 3-inch O.D. to 100-inch O.D.
Also available is full rewind slitting and single knife slitting from 1/8 to 120-inches in width x 100 outside diameter (O.D.) maximum unwind and 60-inch O.D.
For the transmission, input, output, stator and reaction shafts, mainshafts, CVT components, gear faces--I.D.'s and O.D.'s--and bevel gears.
D.), the industry's long-established standard for railings has been 1.90-inch O.D.