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o.g.

1.
Also, O.G. Philately. original gum: the gum on the back of a stamp when it is issued to the public.
2.
Architecture, ogee.

officer of the guard

noun Military.
an officer, acting under the officer of the day, who is responsible for the instruction, discipline, and performance of duty of the guard in a post, camp, or station. Abbreviation: OG, O.G.

ogee

[oh-jee, oh-jee]
noun
1.
a double curve, resembling the letter S, formed by the union of a concave and a convex line.
2.
Also called gula. Architecture. a molding with such a curve for a profile; cyma. Abbreviation: O.G., o.g.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English ogeus, oggez (plural), variant (by assimilation of f) of oggifs, presumed singular oggif diagonal rib of a vault < Anglo-French, Old French ogive ogive

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officer of the guard
 
n
OG a junior officer whose duty is to command a ceremonial guard

o.g.
 
abbreviation for
own goal

ogee (ˈəʊdʒiː)
 
n
1.  Also called: talon a moulding having a cross section in the form of a letter S
2.  short for ogee arch
 
[C15: probably variant of ogive]

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