The culprit is the omega Chemical Corporation, a refrigerator recycling company that didn't do its job up to snuff.
William sports a replica of the omega Seamaster watch he wore on his engagement day.
For some, the two-state solution is the Alpha and the omega.
They were the only friends he had on omega, and he had no intention of losing them over a question of social position.
I am Alpha and omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.
omega knelt by her side, took her cold hands in his and feverishly kissed her brow.
The child requires training from the Alpha to the omega of life.
Every society has a purpose, and the criminal population of omega is bent upon its own self-destruction.
I won't let omega Chi and the coach scare me—not the whole caboodle of them.
omega gathered him up in his arms, but he saw with one agonized glance that he was dead.
c.1400, from Medieval Greek omega, from classical Greek o mega "big 'o' " (in contrast to o micron "little 'o' "); so called because the vowel was long in ancient Greek. From mega (see mega-). The final letter of the Greek alphabet, hence used figuratively for "the last, final" of anything (cf. Rev. i:8),
omega o·me·ga (ō-měg'ə, ō-mē'gə, ō-mā'-)
Symbol ω, Ω The 24th letter of the Greek alphabet. adj.
Of or characterizing a chemical group or position at the end of a molecular chain, such as omega-oxidation.
(Rev. 1:8), the last letter in the Greek alphabet. (See A.)