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(ôrn)
v. t.1.To ornament; to adorn.
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Iceland started brightly with Vidar Orn Kjartanssan heading off the crossbar from Kristinn Jonsson's corner in the opening minutes.
Over the years ORN created a number of movement-based activities and advanced alliances with organisations and institutions at national, regional and international level.
lt;BBelow, from left, Kieran Bew as Beowulf, Gisli Orn Gardarsson as Breca and Susan Aderin as Kendra
orn, a 43-year-old successful businessman, was previously on the board at Kettering Town and has moved to Boro as an equal shareholder of the football club, alongside Neale.
Orn also agreed to waive their usual policy of only attracting players from the Oslo area in their letter to Beckham's agents.
8% of the total) had CPT procedure codes, including drainage of abscess (41800), alveolecto-my (41830), operations on facial bones or joints with concurrent ORN diagnosis (76.
But Arnor Smarason equalised three minutes before half-time and West Ham's Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson headed the winner in the 67th minute at Deepdale.
Besides providing odorant specificity to olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs) and contributing to ORN axon targeting, little is understood about the OR contribution to olfactory response.
And despite a late consolation from Iceland's Kristjan Orn Sigurdsson, Bert van Marwijk's men made it six wins out of six to qualify as Group Nine winners.
Don John, a remarkable creation in Gisli Orn Gardarsson's Sid Vicious-lookalike performance, represents sexual drive completely disconnected from any sense of social inhibition or responsibility.
Icelandic director Gisli Orn Gardarsson and his 10-member acting company Vesturport sinks Georg Buchner's Woyzeck into a giant water tank, with bungee cords, trapeze and a score from Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.