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a. not divisible by two
b. represented or indicated by a number that is not divisible by two
2. Maths (of a function) changing sign but not absolute value when the sign of the independent variable is changed, as in y=x3
3. Golf
a. one stroke more than the score of one's opponent
b. an advantage or handicap of one stroke added to or taken away from a player's score
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(2) (Object Data Definition) A description of the data in an object. See object.
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AGAINST: Parking blind spots, interior lacks oddments space, not cheap; cruise control really should be standard
The cleverly-constructed boot area offers a split a false floor and sliding drawer to accommodate those awkward and sometimes wet oddments that need to be kept separate.
For oddments, there's a central box behind the transfer gearshift that's not only deep,but the top flips backwards to reveal a pair of cupholders.
The luggage compartment offers a 200 litre capacity even with the roof folded down, while numerous additional oddment stowage compartments include a temperature controlled cubby within the central armrest,.
The amount of oddments space was good in the front but not so much in the back.
From the premium hide seats to the - would you believe it - electrically controlled lid on the deep oddments box on the transmission tunnel.
Even apart from its 24.8 mpg average, however, it's sadly not a practical family car - you need the four-seater Aston Martin Rapide S for that - as the two tiny rear seats are more for accommodating oddments than people.
The second book is much more varied with a miscellany of poems to friends, a few tributes and eulogies, rebuttals of detractors, some contemporary comment, and sundry incidental pieces and oddments. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Each page is lovingly illustrated by Chicago artist Susie Kirkwood and bursting with gorgeously unsettling tales of parents abandoning children out of spite, men sabotaging women out of love, and other oddments and ear worms.
2 CLIMBING THE LADDER I AM partial to quirky accessories and oddments of furniture.
Oddments room is on the tight side and compartments are small, while the boot takes about 270 litres.
Oddments room is plentiful but the compartments are on the small side and the boot offers from 185 to 550 litres once the individual back seats are folded nearly flat.