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idiot

[′id·ē·ət]
(psychology)
A person afflicted with idiocy and requiring custodial or protective care.
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Tactical air power became the primary instrument of military power application under OAF, as the strategic doctrine would have ultimately called for ground forces, an effort not politically tenable at that time.
9[degrees]C) and 50% RH for ten different damper positions ranging from 5%-75% OAF.
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Guide will help fund the OAF 2010 adventures, which include activities such as paint-balling, glider rides, horseback riding, kayaking, fishing and many more.
The doctors - all male - are insensitive oafs, as demonstrated tonight by the young Dr Truscott (Oliver Chris) when he breezily advises a middle-aged woman patient (guest star Pippa Haywood from Prisoners' Wives) to have a nice straightforward hysterectomy because "no one wants to live alongside someone whose hormones are turning them into a monster.
CEO of OCG, Mathew Boadu Adjei, said the OAF, will target SMBs which offer essential services for the growing middle class in Africa using scalable business models.
A Royal Household member told The People: "Philip is not keen on Mike and considers him something of an oaf who humiliated his granddaughter.
Cast into the spotlight again - and once more through absolutely no fault of her own by an oaf of a man.
All mixed up Rearrange the letters to reveal the name of an outsider in today's John Smith's Grand National field Curate Oaf Sir (7,2,3) Answer on page 39 Compiled by David Dew, Peter Scargill and Andrew Pennington
In the episode, which can be watched on iPlayer, Hammond joked that Mexican cars reflected national characteristics, saying they were "just going to be lazy, feckless, flatulent oaf with a moustache, leaning against a fence asleep, looking at a cactus with a blanket with a hole in the middle on as a coat".
London, Aug 15 (ANI): England wicketkeeper Matt Prior, who silenced his critics with a series of good performances this summer, has won over fans three years after being branded an oaf.
They may think they're dealing with a West Country oaf but he's actually a very cunning West Country oaf.