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interj.1.A corruption of God's; - formerly used in oaths and ejaculatory phrases.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Ods body!" said Don Quixote at this, "what more has his Majesty to do but to command, by public proclamation, all the knights-errant that are scattered over Spain to assemble on a fixed day in the capital, for even if no more than half a dozen come, there may be one among them who alone will suffice to destroy the entire might of the Turk.
But ODS is not a reaction to the infeasibility, impracticality, impossibility or 'death' of the two-state solution.
AHPA considers the functions of ODS to be vital to the more than half of Americans who use dietary supplements.
Diwrnod Yr Ods oedd hi o ran y prif wobrau, wrth iddyn nhw gipio tair gwobr.
* Keep in mind that TM 9-2350-284-24P-1 is for both the ODS and--A2 Bradley.
In its work, the ODS collaborates with most of the NIH institutes and centers, including the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), the NIEHS, and the John E.
The ODS was then used to take an optical scan of the cervix, explained Dr.
Guidance ranges are: Sales of $8.25B to $8.55B; or $8.95B to $9.35B including ODS; Adjusted EBITDA of $995M to $1.055B, an implied adjusted EBITDA margin of approximately 12.2% at the midpoint of the range; $1.085B to $1.165B including ODS, an implied adjusted EBITDA margin of approximately 12.3% at the midpoint of the range; Diluted adjusted EPS of $2.90 to $3.30; $2.95 to $3.45 including ODS; Operating cash flow of approximately 8.0 percent of sales; 7.0 percent, including ODS; and Free cash flow of approximately 4.0 percent of sales; 3.0 percent including ODS.