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ort

 (ôrt)
n.
1. often orts A small scrap or leaving of food after a meal is completed.
2. A scrap; a bit.

[Middle English orte, food left by animals, probably from Middle Dutch : oor, out; see ud- in Indo-European roots + eten, to eat; see ed- in Indo-European roots.]

ort

(ɔːt)
n
(Cookery) a leftover fragment of food

ort

(ɔrt)

n.
Usu., orts. a morsel of food left at a meal.
[1400–50; Middle English]

ort

, orts - An ort is a morsel or remaining scrap; orts is another name for leftovers.
See also related terms for leftovers.
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noun
1. Residual matter.Often used in plural:
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If the young lady thinks I hadn't ort to have kep' the tother 'arfcrown, I would not object to its bein' stopped from my wages if I were given a job of work here.
Raveloe lay low among the bushy trees and the rutted lanes, aloof from the currents of industrial energy and Puritan earnestness: the rich ate and drank freely, accepting gout and apoplexy as things that ran mysteriously in respectable families, and the poor thought that the rich were entirely in the right of it to lead a jolly life; besides, their feasting caused a multiplication of orts, which were the heirlooms of the poor.
Subsequent trials with younger patients and in rural areas further established ORT as a potent life saver.
Our institute is the birthplace of ORT, and medical professionals from around the world come to Dhaka to be trained to administer this simple solution of sugar, salt, other elements, and water.
Issues with previous ORT programming efforts have included: (a) lack of knowledge by parents on recognition of diarrhea and the signs and symptoms of severe dehydration, leading to delays in treatment-seeking (7, 8); (b) poor training and knowledge retention on the dosage and uses of ORT (9, 10); and (c) reliance on manufactured ORT products and poor availability of those products (11).
Ort Gallery, in Balsall Heath, is an artist-led company presenting exhibitions by artists from diverse backgrounds that address social injustice and promote community cohesion.
A 2006 systematic review compared ORT and IVF in 1811 children 0 to 18 years of age with viral gastroenteritis who were treated for failure to rehydrate in both outpatient and inpatient settings (18 randomized controlled trials [RCTs] of poor to moderate quality).
ORT minimum score of 110 points is set for both public and private high schools.
"Bird Lady Meets Mort and Ort in 'It's a Great Day for Pulling Weeds!'" is a great environmental education story about a lovable gardener known as Bird Lady because of her love of birds.
The first phase will cover all the public areas, the casino, and two hotel towers with 500 rooms each," said Ort.
The Oceanographic Release Transponders (ORTs) will be used, up to 17 at a time, to assist with the installation of 20 structures being lowered to the seabed via an offshore construction vessel.
In a rain-restricted contest, Wardens were dismissed for 142 o 31.3 overs despite the e orts of Nick Seager, who struck 65 with the bat.