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Otis

(ˈotɪs)
1. n. a drunkard. (From the name of a television character who is the town drunk. Also a term of address.) Look at Otis over there, propped up against the wall.
2. mod. drunk. Fred was Otis by midnight and began looking like he was going to barf.
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On the basis of 51 tests, grain volume weight of Otis averaged 763 kg m 3, which was comparable to Lolo (767 kg [m.
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Otis Zark opened in June 1998 and was destroyed by a fire the following October.
might be the most interested in aligning with Otis.
The Otis post office, Otis Cafe and an auto-repair garage property and buildings are also included in the sale.
Otis was a successful politician (he was the opposition leader in Massachusetts from 1761 until he went insane in 1770) but beyond an occasional speculation that the shifts in his thought may have grown out of his desire to curry favor with various constituencies, scholars seldom consider the importance of practical politics to his speculations.
Adrienne said: "I couldn't hear or see Otis because, as we were told later, the medical team had to take him immediately to be resuscitated.
Mum Adrienne Earls, from Canton, Cardiff, was due to give birth on Thursday, December 7, but ended up welcoming tiny Otis into the world on August 31 weighing just 1lb 4oz.
The builders of the Riyadh Metro have selected Otis for providing people-moving products to lines 4, 5 and 6 of the Saudi capital's public transport project.
Otis Elevator Company, one of the world's largest manufacturers of people-moving products, has been signed up by the FAST Consortium of companies for the metro project in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
It turns out that Otis was a well known dog in the community and belonged to resident Salvador Segovia's five year-old grandson Carter.
As Otis and his sister grow, they will gradually be able to eat their rodent meals whole, such as voles, mice or chipmunks.
Otis has introduced its latest connected Gen2 Life elevator and the expanded Otis SkyRise product family in the Middle East.
Otis Technology has a new corporate logo, the first major update to its brand mark in 20 years.