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olm:

see mud puppymud puppy,
common name for North American salamanders of the genus Necturus, found in rivers and streams throughout the E United States and SE Canada. The name derives from an erroneous belief that mud puppies bark.
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You could fly V165 south to OLM, reverse course northbound for the procedure turn.
Online reader John Turner wondered why dark olms evolved those traits.
Photographs, such as the one displayed here, show an olm egg, the completion of a breeding cycle which can take as long as six or seven years to reach fruition.
No matter if we were training or on an away trip, five times a day he retired and prayed towards Mecca," Olm told (http://www.
New Scrabble words alert: check out the olm and the northern quoll.
Locals in command This has gone to British and Irish jockeys the three times it has been run - C olm O'Donoghue, Richard Hughes and Alan Munro.
Although he grew up in the United Church of Christ tradition, James Olm had no impression of Mary Magdalene until about a dozen years ago when a minister gave him a copy of the Gnostic gospels, and he began reading about the woman wrongly considered the most famous prostitute of all time.
After soaking his father with three gallons of gasoline, Olm lit a match and tossed it .
Also called olm and Proteus, the salamander, which can live to over 100, is endangered, but reaches such advanced ages in zoos and protected environments.
What's worse, the consultants believe the winner of the competition is OLM - which supplies our existing system.
The most common disease is toxocariasis which has two types - VLM which attacks the liver, and OLM which causes deterioration of eyesight and can lead to blindness.