from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of attar.
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- n. Alternative spelling of attar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See attar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as attar.
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| Reply | Permalink otto, that is a good thing. you dont want a prez who will flip his/her wig at every turn. remaing calm, cool and collective is not a BLACK thing as you have been implying, it is professional thing. to stretch it further, it is a presidential thing to remain calm no matter how flustered you may be.
Well, at least Mr. otto is comparing Israel with 1914 Germany, not 1939 Germany.
It has been a long time since I managed to get a hold of any Bulgarian rose otto, which is my personal favourite.
"If you enter the word otto (夫, husband) in the Google search bar, and then press space, a few phrases are shown.
The odoriferous constitutent of the otto is a liquid containing oxygen, the solid hydrocarbon or stearoptene, with which it is combined, being absolutely devoid of perfume.
We can no longer call otto of rosemary, or otto of nutmegs, essential oil of rosemary or nutmegs, with any more propriety than we can term sulphuric acid "oil" of vitriol.
Otto the Soft (Preston Sadleir), whose name is spelled "otto," is a quiet, likable fellow who is understandably taken aback when OTTO announces without warning that otto "doesn't exist anymore."
"Every year, the education system produces a significant number of little racists" otto: "Is there any reason to think that the Israeli educational system produces a significant number of non-racists?"
I have to disagree with this post; as a smart person, you have to know, all internal-combustion 'otto' engine is some historical fact of the very outdated industrial age.
That kind of organization would be very helpful in applying political pressure right now. otto says: