I went to the oka, found his house, though it was really not a house but simply a hovel.
Then screened by the bushes, she could have reached out and touched oka Sayye.
Nothing had happened that in any way equipped him for his battle with oka Sayye.
The emperor arrived at the harbor of oka in the Land of Tsukushi.
The invaders, crossing the Volga and the oka, pressed rapidly towards Moscow.
I just have to keep him interested until he gets going of his own accord, because he shall beat oka Sayye.
Nigni Novgorod, where the oka empties into the Volga, was as usual the appointed place of rendezvous.
He must carry on this contest in a perfectly open, fair, and aboveboard way, and he simply must not antagonize oka Sayye.
The confederates of oka Sayye for reasons of their own preferred to keep very quiet.
The Russian troops were rapidly concentrated near Kolomna, on the banks of the oka, to dispute the passage of the river.
Right; that's understood, let's get on: So I told you about that, okay, so the next thing was he jumped the fence
Yes; I agree; I accept that; I will do that
Is that all right? is that understood? COPPISH: I'm going now, okay?
[1839+; origin uncertain and the subject of essay after essay; Allen Walker Read is the great authority and has shown that the locution began as a bumpkin-imitating game among New York and Boston writers in the early 1800s, who used OK for ''oll korrect'']