OSCAR

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Oscar

Oscar is British slang for unrestrained, out of control, wild.
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Oscar

[n] - an annual award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for achievements in motion picture production and performance
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(from the article `cichlid`) ...firemouth (Cichlasoma meeki), a fish with bright red in its mouth and on its throat and chest; the Jack Dempsey (C. biocellatum), a rather large, ...
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Oscar

(from the article `submarine`) ...range, culminating in the SS-N-19 Shipwreck, a supersonic missile that could carry a nuclear warhead 340 nautical miles. Twenty-four of these ...
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Oscar

Levant, Oscar The complete memoir by A Man Suffering from Amnesia.
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[bionic cat] Oscar is a cat, owned by Kate Allan and Mike Nolan, who lives on the Channel Island of Jersey. In 2009 Oscar had both hind paws severed by a combine harvester. Since then he has undergone a pioneering operation to add prosthetic feet. The treatment has since been considered for use with humans. A book about Oscar`s story, Oscar...
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Oscar

[aircraft] Gears of War: Anvil Gate is a 2010 science fiction novel by Karen Traviss, set in the Gears of War universe. The novel is the third in a series of five, following Gears of War: Jacinto`s Remnant. The events of Anvil Gate occur after the conclusion of Jacinto`s Remnant, and focuses on Coalition of Ordered Governments` fight agains...
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Oscar

[TV serial] Oscar is a British TV serial first transmitted by BBC 2 in March 1985. Michael Gambon portrayed Oscar Wilde while other actors included Robin Lermitte as Lord Alfred Douglas, Tim Hardy as Alfred Taylor, Emily Richard as Constance Wilde and Norman Rodway as the Marquis of Queensberry. The serial concentrated on Wilde`s trials and...
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Oscar

Oscar is a cultivated variety of potato.
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OSCAR

(Orbiting Satellite for Communication by Amateur Radio) A long-running series of small satellites built and operated by radio `hams” around the world. OSCARs have no fixed design but are lightweight (typically about 30 kg) and generally launched free of charge, when space is ava...
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Oscar

The award given in various fields during the Academy Awards. Oscar is a statuette that is approximately fourteen inches in height (thirteen and one-half inches), gold plated and honorific. The name for the award reportedly comes from the librarian of the Academy, Margaret Herrick, who maintained that the statuette looked like her uncle Oscar. The O...
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Oscar

[given name] Oscar or Oskar is a masculine given name in the English and Irish languages. Variations and abbreviations include: Oskar (Germany and Scandinavia), Ossie, Ossy, Ozzie, Ozzy. ==Etymology== The name may be derived from two elements in Irish: the first, os, means `deer`; the second element, cara, means `friend`. The name is borne ...
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OScar

OScar is the first attempt to design an entire automobile using open-source principles. The aim of the project is mainly to produce blueprints, using essentially open-source CAD. The project commenced in 1999, founded by Markus Merz, and launched its 0.2 release in 2006, but no further progress has been made. In 2007, Merz admitted the project was...
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Oscar

Oscar is an English name for boys. The meaning is `spear of the gods` The name Oscar is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. Oscar is at number 16 in the top 50 of English and Welsh boys (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Oz The name sounds like: Asgard, Isachar See also: Ozzie, Oswald, Ozzy
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Oscar

[video game] Oscar is a platform game that was released on Amiga 500, Amiga 1200, Amiga CD32, MS-DOS and SNES in 1993, and was developed and published by Flair Software. The CD32 version was bundled with the CD32 console on the same disc as the puzzle game Diggers. The player controls a character named Oscar through seven Hollywood-themed l...
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[Irish mythology] Oscar (oscara = `deer friend`) is a figure in the Fenian Cycle of Irish mythology. He is the warrior son of Oisín and the fairy woman Niamh, who also bore his sister, Plor na mBan. Oisín, in turn, was the son of the epic hero Fionn mac Cumhail. Though a late addition to the cycle, Oscar was a popular character, and appea...
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OSCAR

OSCAR is an acronym for Orbiting Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio. OSCAR series amateur radio satellites use amateur radio frequency allocations to facilitate communication between amateur radio stations. AMSAT was started by a group of Amateur Radio Operators most of whom were working at or associated with NASA`s Goddard Space Center north of Wa....
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Oscar

[fish] Astronotus ocellatus is a species of fish from the cichlid family known under a variety of common names, including oscar, tiger oscar, velvet cichlid, or marble cichlid. In South America, where the species naturally resides, A. ocellatus specimens are often found for sale as a food fish in the local markets. The fish introduced to ot...
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Oscar

[opera] The genesis of the opera resulted from a 2004 meeting in London between Morrison and Cox, after the premiere of Morrison`s James Joyce song cycle, Chamber Music, which he wrote for countertenor David Daniels, a former student of his. Upon learning that Morrison had never composed an opera, but wished to write one for Daniels, Cox en...
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