from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of ouzel.
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Now and then an osel heeded the command of a boy or girl and sped to turn back a straggler.
A stubby tug drew a freight-laden barge, two trawlers spread their nets, and in several kayaks, each accompanied by an osel, herders kept a pod of river pigs moving along.
And, perhaps most significantly of all, in Operation Harvest Red, it's created a single-player campaign that doesn't suck osel varlata.
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