OHS


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OHS

On drawings, abbr. for “oval-headed screw.”
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I am out shopping early with Ma, and I said I had a headache and got Ma to leave me outside in the phaeton, in Piccadilly, and ran round to Sackville Street, and heard that Sophronia was here, and then Ma came to see, oh such a dreadful old stony woman from the country in a turban in Portland Place, and I said I wouldn't go up with Ma but would drive round and leave cards for the Boffins, which is taking a liberty with the name; but oh my goodness I am distracted, and the phaeton's at the door, and what would Pa say if he knew it
But I've come on business,' said Georgiana, sobbing and drying her face, and then searching in a little reticule, 'and if I don't despatch it I shall have come for nothing, and oh good gracious
Tiggy-winkle; oh, yes if you please'm, I'm an excellent clear- starcher
They hadn't gone much farther before the blade of one of the oars got fast in the water and WOULDN'T come out again (so Alice explained it afterwards), and the consequence was that the handle of it caught her under the chin, and, in spite of a series of little shrieks of 'Oh, oh, oh
Oh, I would die of shame if I thought he knew--or suspected.
Oh, when I think that I will never see him again I feel as if a great brutal hand had twisted itself among my heartstrings, and was wrenching them.
Oh, I wish this mist would never lift--I wish I could just stay in it forever, hidden away from every living being.
Oh, you mustn't run down our English composers, Margaret.
In vain, oh whale, dost thou seek intercedings with yon all-quickening sun, that only calls forth life, but gives it not again.
Oh, I'm very glad you've come, even if it would have been nice to sleep in a wild cherry-tree.
Oh, dear me, this is it which I have under my spirit-lamp.
And if we don't, oh, Clara, we should never forgive ourselves.