Definitions

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  • noun United States newspaper publisher (1858-1935)

Etymologies

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Examples

  • (Chap on the right is in Ochs, so chap on left must be Mr Krumphau)

    Whoops, we did it again! (Krumphau)

  • He stands in Ochs - "The Guard of the Ox", sword high and forward - both fists at forehead height, blade sticking out like an ox horn, ready to thrust to my face.

    Kurtzhau!

  • Sitting on the front row in her college classes carefully taking notes, Nola Ochs is just as likely to answer questions as to ask them.

    The Kept-Up Academic Librarian:

  • Sitting on the front row in her college classes carefully taking notes, Nola Ochs is just as likely to answer questions as to ask them.

    She's The Oldest Graduate Ever

  • OK, for those longsword smiters out there: How do I deal with opponants who resolutely stand right foot forward in Ochs or Pflug?

    German Longsword: How to punish bad technique

  • There's a branch of the family that is known as Ochs (pronounced Oaks), and then there's another branch known as Ochs (pronounced Ox), Ochs (pronounced Oaks).

    The Girls in the Balcony: Women, Men, and the New York Times

  • We remark, that the German name Ochs is pronounced as the English name Ox and means the same beast.

    Secret Enemies of True Republicanism

  • Power4Georgians spokesman Dean Alford called the Ochs study flawed.

    ajc.com - News

  • At last the vehicle went down on one side, and all the Irish emigrants tumbled over each other and us, with a profusion of "Ochs," "murders," and "spalpeens."

    The Englishwoman in America

  • Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis Dr. John in 1972, one of the many musicians who have drawn on the fevered past and strange traditions of the bayou culture in and around New Orleans.

    A Road Trip in Search of Ghosts

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