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idiot

[′id·ē·ət]
(psychology)
A person afflicted with idiocy and requiring custodial or protective care.
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This paper first compares the average throughput between OAF and NAF.
Due to its small size in children and adolescents the risk of OAF is comparatively low.
But Miloseviae also knew there was no real political objective or strategy, knew there were rifts in the countries opposing him, and anticipated his ability to wait out OAF until the coalition collapsed.
where OAF is the ratio of outdoor airflow to the total supply airflow rate, OAT is outdoor-air temperature and RAT is return-air temperature.
OAF & PA endorsed "Tariff Liberalization in the Forest Products Sector," a proposal on cutting forest products tariffs within the World Trade Organization (WTO) framework.
Wall Mae, Chun Hyang's mother, thinks Mong Ryong a charming young man; Chun Hyang thinks Mong Ryong an oaf, and lets him know that in no uncertain terms.
Their latest gambit for ratings is My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance, a show in which a woman agrees to marry an obese oaf for money.
Unfortunately, I did not receive my promotion from Oaf to Dullard; therefore, you will have to settle for disclosure concerning tales of an Oaf.
Formally, his style of movement revels in wisps of narrative structure that unveil everything from the poetic cycles of life to precise characterizations of human types, "whether it be the oaf, the fighter, the lover, or the unlucky dreamer.
From the beginning of the campaign, the military logic of OAF has been a matter of intense, even bitter debate.
It is McAllister's life of quiet desperation set against Flicks rising star that causes McAllister to manipulate hapless oaf Paul (Chris Klein), an injured football hero, into running against Flick.