from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. ounce
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- abbr. Ounce; any of various units of weight and volume.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of ounce.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a unit of weight equal to one sixteenth of a pound or 16 drams or 28.349 grams
Well, that's the temperature out in the middle parlour, where Dr. Muñoz is blasting, vainly trying to combat the heat.
Silver will hit $20 dollars and pressure to suck the COMEX warehouse stocks dry will continue, I would think bringing Comex silver inventories down to 115 million oz is a modest goal for the year and should be attainable.
The ability to weigh ingredients gives you a lot more precision than volume measures do, especially for dry ingredients like flour, where “1 cup” could be anywhere from 3.5 - 4.5 ounces depending on how hard you try to pack it into the cup (4-oz is a good standard for all purpose flour, incidentally).
Most of the information about Muñoz is in Spanish, so I haven't found anything about her background that I could actually understand.
Kabat-Zinn has been for decades at the forefront of this mind/body movement and the revolution in medicine and health care it has spawned demystifying Eh, one oz is less emotional than some juicy adelaide.
On May 9th 2009, busted her in oz wrote: the mirrors give it away that is really her in all the shots look at the oval style mirror u can see the same mirrors in the chris brown pic
Sorry Kay, but the wizard of oz is one of my favorite movies ..
If you actually believe that 3 oz is a magical high-danger threshold, please consider adding a delightful, hallucinatory element of science to your pseudoscience by putting an Archimedes tank at the checkpoint.
I guess the wizard of oz is next! carg0 no. f@&*ing.way. o_O the amazing null
Most people understand the role of ambulance and the fire service and the hospitals, even though people take advantage of the ambulance service and hospitals, as illustrated by Random Reality blog for the uk and friends here in oz, the examples are repeated.