orra


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orra

(ˈɒrə)
adj
1. odd or unmatched; supernumerary
2. occasional or miscellaneous
3. orra man orraman an odd-jobman
[C18: of unknown origin]
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It comes -- we may say -- he was your true companion; nor less paribus curis vestigia figit, for I dare say you would both take an orra thought upon the gallows.
Agus bha spuran biorach orra cuideachd, agus dheanadh tu dealbh gu math furusda na'd inntinn dhiabh dha do sgriobadh direach mar a bhiodh iad a' sgriobadh a's an duslach.
Orra ball pen does not just keep up just with the latest trends, but with its stylish body, it is a complete eye-catcher, making it the perfect lifestyle product for trend setters.
To succeed, institutions must "prioritize virtual internships the way you would on-site internships," says Michigan's Orra. "They are opportunities to develop students' experiences in equally important ways." That involves making virtual internships a key part of one or multiple team members' responsibilities "so that they are empowered to think of virtual as equal to other opportunities," she says.
Designer Nazem Orra and model Nour Chehab expressed their pride in participating in the show.
ORRA algorithm will be experimented with a fixed number of replicas called FRN (Fixed Replicas Number) algorithm and Local Dynamic (LD) replication algorithm [21, 22].
1:30-2:15 p.m.: Sponsored by ORRA and led by Jim Garner and ORRA Vice President Mike Joseph, "Knot to Be Missed" will examine and discuss a group of selected rugs to help attendees develop their own rug identification skills.
By contrast, the legitimate drama tended to limit itself to more tentative approaches, as in the explained supernatural of Joanna Baillie's Orra (1812), or the self-censorship of Charles Robert Maturin's removal of the demonic "Dark Knight of the Forest" from Bertram (Drury Lane, 9 May 1816).
Previous positions: Graduate research assistant, Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia; patternmaker, ORRA Active; textiles teaching assistant, UC Davis.
And Christine Colon explores another literary text, Joanna Baillie's play Orra (1812), to contrast the Gothic delusions of its female protagonist with those of Northanger Abbey's, Catherine Morland.
It was Falls on Connecticut River, at Gill, Mass., engraved from a drawing by Orra White (1796-1863), a landscape painter and illustrator.