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  • 71Out-of-place artifact — (OOPArt) is a term coined by American naturalist and cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson for an object of historical, archaeological, or paleontological interest found in a very unusual or seemingly impossible context[1] that could challenge… …

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  • 72Out of character — (sometimes abbreviated to OOC) is a phrase used in entertainment and role playing to differentiate between a person playing a character and the character itself. When the person is being him or herself, he or she is said to be out of character .… …

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  • 73Out of the Vein — Studio album by Third Eye Blind Released May 13, 2003 …

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  • 74Out of the Grave and into the Dark — Compilation album by Balzac Released …

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  • 75Out of memory — in Linux 2.6.32 Out of memory (OOM) is a state of computer operation (often undesired) where no additional memory can be allocated for use by programs or the operating system. Such a system will be unable to load any additional programs and since …

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  • 76Out of the Grey — is a husband and wife Contemporary Christian music project consisting of Scott and Christine Denté. Christine provides lead vocals, while Scott plays guitars and sings background, along with the occasional lead vocals. They have released six… …

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  • 77Out of the Woodwork (Buffy comic) — Out of the Woodwork Cover of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Out of the Woodwork  (2002), trade paperback collected edition. Publisher Dark Horse Comics …

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  • 78out like a light — {adj. phr.}, {informal} 1. Fast asleep; to sleep very quickly. * /Tom got so much fresh air and exercise that he went out like a light as soon as he lay down./ * /As soon as the lights were turned off, Johnny was out like a light./ 2. In a faint; …

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  • 79out on a limb — {adv. phr.} With your beliefs and opinions openly stated; in a dangerous position that can t be changed. * /The president went out on a limb and supported a foreign aid bill that many people were against./ * /Grandfather went out on a limb before …

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  • 80out like a light — {adj. phr.}, {informal} 1. Fast asleep; to sleep very quickly. * /Tom got so much fresh air and exercise that he went out like a light as soon as he lay down./ * /As soon as the lights were turned off, Johnny was out like a light./ 2. In a faint; …

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