OBJECT

noun. 1. the other, which is, any individual or symbolic representations of an individual which isn't the self and toward whom actions, thoughts, or...

OBJECT-ASSEMBLY TEST

an examination wherein the job is to rebuild an item puzzle which has been broken up or disassembled.

OBJECTIVE SET

a gestalt psychology factor wherein the initial grouping observed in a demonstration based upon unbiased aspects, like spatial location, will remain as the demonstration...

OBSERVATIONAL ERROR

the veering away of a seen value from the authentic value.

OBTURATOR

1. any object which obstructs an opening. 2. a prosthesis placed inside the mouth to seal an opening in the palate.

OCCUPATIONAL CRAMP

painful muscle spasms, generally in the arm or hand, which inhibits the person from participating in their profession, like writing, operating a vehicle, sewing,...

O'CONNOR V DONALDSON

a 1975 lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court wherein it was established that people can't be committed against their will to a facility...

OCULOMOTOR NERVE

the third cranial nerve, that consists of both sensory and motor fibers and innervates most of the muscles correlated with accommodation and movement of...

OFF-CENTER BIPOLAR CELL

a retinal bipolar cell which is hindered by light in the core of its receptive region, but is aroused by light in the surrounding...

OLFACTIE

noun. a unit for gauging odor magnitude, utilized to calibrate formative olfactometers. It is equal to the magnitude of an odorant which just surpasses...

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