if your an Rp'er (role player) OOS means Out Of Story for when youwant to talk but in the middle of something. If your not then itcan mean Out Of Style meaning if something is… out of fashion...i'venever found anyother meanings for it. ( Full Answer )
Sorry "Retired History Teacher" your answer has no medicalbackground neither does your education. Lutheran Blood types do exist. It is because of the presence of avery rare a…ntigen called the "Lutheran Antigen". It effects lessthan .003% of the population and it's very very rare. I've onlyseen it twice in my long career as a paramedic/emergency room tech. Sometimes things that are named like a religion has nothing to dowith a religion. In this case it does not. I have no idea how itgot the name Lutheran antigens but they do exist... and a simplegoogle search before you posted would have proven this. It probablyhas something to do with the LU gene in the human DNA code. ( Full Answer )
If you mean oo as you've seen it in a word (such as otoo-san) it's pronounced the same as "o" in Japanese. (O is pronounced like its letter, as the "oa" sound in "float") Th…e only difference between "oo" and "o" is that the double O is stretched out for a longer period of time, but not as though you're emphasizing it. It takes a while to get used to. :) People have started to write double letters with a line accent over the stretched out vowel in the syllable, to make it less confusing. If you see two of any other vowel, it's the same, or with an accent. ( Full Answer )
The long U has a long OO sound as in cool and moon. The short OO sound has an (oah) sound as in good and foot. This is midway between a long OO and a short U (uh), made with t…he throat rather than the lips. ( Full Answer )
Though there are very rarely reports to the otherwise, particularly on HawaiÊ»i and East Maui, all members of the genus Moho are thought to be extinct, the last known specie…s being Moho braccatus from KauaÊ»i hasnÊ»t been reliably reported for decades. ( Full Answer )
We are looking for the possible blood types of a baby. Available information: .
Mother type AA = contributes A gene only .
Baby is type O --can only be OO = must get Og…ene from each parent Baby receives one gene from each parent: .
Mom type AA + Dad type AO = baby type AA, AO .
Mom type AA + Dad type BO = baby type AB, AO .
Mom type AA + Dad type OO = baby type AO Generally speaking, because the mother cannot contribute the Ogene, her children cannot be OO or Type O. HOWEVER : There is more to ABO blood typing thatjust the ABO gene. There is also an inhibitory gene that will change any genotype intothe phenotype O. Therefore a person with genetically AB blood can be tested ashaving Type O. If the baby's inhibitory gene has been turned "on", then nomatter what ABO genes he receives from his parents, he will testout as a Type O. ( Full Answer )
Methods is the OO term for what pre-OO languages called Subroutines or Functions. They were given a new name because they have additional features that the old Subroutines and… Functions lacked that make programming easier. Methods support overloading and runtime dispatching to the correct Method for the Class that the data belongs to. ( Full Answer )
In the workplace, OOS often means "out of service." This is not something that can be combated. It is a notice that a piece of equipment is unable to be used. When you see suc…h a notice, you should not even try to operate the equipment. It must be repaired and checked out before it can be safely used. The initialism OOS can also have other meanings in other contexts. These include: .
out of style .
out of synch .
occupational overuse syndrome .
online order system .
our own standards and many others. ( Full Answer )
Most grammar sources say yes. Although the concept of long vowels are that they "say their name," the long U can be represented by a long OO as in rule, dune, and flute -- the…se words follow the pattern of long vowels in words ending in silent E. The sound "YOO" actually contains a consonant Y (y-glide) and follows several consonants, as in cute, mute, mule, fuel, feud, and view, as well as in words that start with U such as uniform, unicorn, and unique. The reason that some classify them as different sounds is that using the term "long U" can be confusing where there are both long OO and long YOO variations that are both words, such as mute and moot, cute and coot, feud and food, and fuel and fool. ( Full Answer )
There's never been an "oo" mint mark on a US coin. The only two-letter mint mark was "cc" for Carson City, 1870-1893. Many 19-century coins used so-called serif lettering w…ith extra descenders and trailers on each letter so a "cc" with serif lettering could appear to be "oo" unless you examine it very closely. ( Full Answer )