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  • TAMARIKI ORA which is supported by NZ On Air's Platinum Television Fund.

    NZ On Screen

  • Optimum Resource Architects (ORA) designed this house located at the southern end of the beachside suburb of Cottesloe in Perth, Australia.

    Curtin Avenue Residence by Optimum Resource Architects

  • The curved form, which can be related back to previous projects by ORA in the Cottesloe area relates primarily to the local environment, curving over on the southern side to minimise overshadowing to the southern neighbour and protecting the residence from the strong south-westerly winds.

    Curtin Avenue Residence by Optimum Resource Architects

  • ORA, CALLER FROM CALIFORNIA: I think Sarah Palin will make a very nice talk show host.

    CNN Transcript Nov 17, 2009

  • I pity the poor graphic artist at ORA who was assigned to make the badge art.

    Help wanted

  • ORA began in 1980 under the name Louisiana Citizens for Academic Freedom in Origins, or LCAFO.

    Teaching the controversy works - The Panda's Thumb

  • Interesting article on the ORA network with a few reasons why PC Users won't switch to a mac.

    UFies.org: July 2003 Archives

  • WA.TER MOORE, L.A. MA.ORA. CA.DIDA.E: Our city is aiding and abetting a large-scale violation of federal immigration laws.

    CNN Transcript Feb 15, 2005

  • BERNA.D PA.KS, L.A. MA.ORA. CA.DIDA.E: We voted for it, because it provides identification primary to people to open up savings accounts, bank accounts so they won't carry their money in a pocket, become victims of crime.

    CNN Transcript Feb 15, 2005

  • Interesting article on the ORA network with a few reasons why PC Users won't switch to a mac.

    PC Users Don't Switch - UFies.org

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  • Acronym - "Oblique/Obsolete Reference or Analogy": Most often precedes a forum comment when someone has or is about to make a (joke or aside) that may only be recognized and appreciated by a few, say, those familiar with a particular television episode/movie/book passage/historical event. If someone wants to "get it" they go and look it up.

    July 3, 2011