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oof

(uːf)
n
slang money
[C19: from Yiddish ooftisch, from German auf dem Tische on the table (referring to gambling stakes)]
ˈoofy adj
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According to program coordinator David Hunt, OOF arranges just about any Florida outdoor adventure possible: kayaking, camping, lobstering, scalloping dives, hunting and fishing.
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The software package, object-oriented finite element analysis, or OOF, is a specialized tool to help materials designers understand how stress and other factors act on a material with a complex internal structure, as is the case with many alloys and ceramics, said Stephen Langer, a physicist in the NIST mathematical software group, who recently helped update the application.
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