Crossword clues for ott
- Giants outfielder Mel
- 12-time baseball All-Star, 1934-45
- Giant teammate of Mize
- Polo Grounds hero
- Giant at Cooperstown
- Giant great Mel
- Former Giants giant
- Hitter of 511 lifetime home runs
- 12-time baseball All-Star
- Giant born in Louisiana
- Giant among Giants
- Mel in Cooperstown
- Giant on the cover of Time magazine, 1945
- Little Giant of the Giants
- Mel who was #4 at the Polo Grounds
- Diamond figure on a 2006 postage stamp
- Giant slugger
- Giant star of the 1930s and '40s
- Famous Giant
- Member of the 500-home run club
- Giants great Mel
- John who pioneered time-lapse photography
- Target of Durocher's "Nice guys finish last" sentiment
- Slugger Mel
- Giant #4
- N.H.L. Senators, on scoreboards
- Polo Grounds great
- First N.L.'er to hit 500 home runs
- Mel who batted left and threw right
- Baseball Hall-of-Famer who batted left and threw right
- 1951 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee
- Super Giant
- First National Leaguer with 500 home runs
- Mel who was portrayed in "Field of Dreams"
- Great Giant
- Giant who swung for the fences
- First National Leaguer with eight consecutive 100-R.B.I. seasons
- 1951 Cooperstown inductee
- First National Leaguer with 500 homers
- The Senators, on sports tickers
- He hit 35 in '34
- A Giants giant
- Giant among baseball's Giants
- The "O" in Ogden Nash's alphabet of baseball players
- See 11-Down
- Mel of the Giants
- Baseball great who had a career batting 1-Down of .304
- Mel with 511 homers
- Baseball Hall-of-Famer Mel
- Polo Grounds great Mel
- To whom Durocher was referring when he said "Nice guys finish last"
- Canadian N.H.L. team, on scoreboards
- Giant Mel
- Legendary Giant
- Master Melvin
- Hall of Famer Mel
- Hall-of-Famer Mel
- Giant giant
- Giant star
- Six-time home run champ
- Six-time N.L. home run champ
- Giant of a Giant
- Polo Grounds legend
- Baseball's Mel
- Member of the 500 HR club
- Baseball All-Star, 1934-44
- He hit 511 career homers
- Giant slugger Mel
- Baseball's Master Melvin
- His "4" was retired
- Giant of old
- Old Polo Grounds favorite
- Polo Grounds headliner
- Scorer of 1,859 runs
- Giant legend
- Teammate of Hubbell and Terry
- Player with 511 career home runs
- Old Polo Grounds star
- First National Leaguer to hit 500 home runs
- Baseball great Mel
- Giant Hall-of-Famer
- The Little Giant
- 1940's Giants manager
- Giants manager before Durocher
- Giants legend
- Baseball immortal
- Giant from Gretna
- First N.L.'er to hit 500 homers
- First of the 49-Across to hit 500 home runs
- Master Melvin of baseball
- Former Giants manager
- Giant star of the 1930's-40's
- Baseballer Mel
- Polo Grounds slugger
- Giant in Cooperstown
- Baseball's Little Giant
- 11-time 1930's-40's All-Star
- Mel who played at the Polo Grounds
- Giant of note
- Polo Grounds standout
- Mel of the Polo Grounds
init. (alternative form of OTT English)
Ott (born 12 April 1968 in London, England) is a British record producer and musician who has worked with Sinéad O'Connor, Embrace, The Orb, and Brian Eno, and has achieved recognition since 2002 for his own psychedelic dub tracks and his collaborations with Simon Posford ( Hallucinogen / Shpongle). He has released two albums on Twisted Records: Blumenkraft (2003), Skylon (2008) and two albums on Ottsonic: Mir (2011) and Fairchildren (2015).
OTT were an Irish boy band of the mid-late 1990s. The five members were Niall O'Neill, Alan Fitzsimons, Alan Mates (known as 'Adam' in the band), Glen Clarke and Keith Cox. They were signed to Sony Music and had a number of chart hits in Ireland and the UK. After three top ten single releases in Ireland, they attempted to break the UK market minus Keith Cox, who had left for family reasons. Although moderately successful in the UK, the band became well known in Asia with sales of up to 250,000 copies of their debut album. After being dropped by Sony in the late 1990s, the band called it a day. O'Neill now runs a multi-media company in Dublin, having worked at a Spanish tourist resort, Fitzsimons works in the Mobile Communications industry, Mates is an Interior Designer, and Clarke lives in the United States.
Ott or OTT may refer to:
Usage examples of "ott".
Bruz Ott entered and leaned over her, his almost lipless mouth bared in a grin that revealed yellowed, rOtting teeth, He would have put his hands on her, but Linda drew back, her own hands gripped into claws.
Engravings were also published in London by Schiavonetti and Bartolozzi from portraits by Guttenbrunn and Ott, and by Hardy from his own oil-painting.
Ott, J and Matthies, H-J Some effects of RNA precursors on development and maintenance of long-term memory: hippocampal and cortical pre- and posttraining application of RNA precursors.
Then she saw a leering, bearded face peering at her and she recognized a rough bullwhacker by the name of Bruz Ott.
To Ott Pickney, the cockpit of Bobby Clinch's fishing boat more closely resembled the pilot's deck of a 747.
Then he called a florist shop in Miami and asked them to wire an orchid to Ott Pickney's funeral.
As he sifted through the fiberglass scraps, Ott realized it was impossible to tell how these jigsawed pieces had ever comprised a nineteen-foot boat.
Ott had watched the stars and starfuckers arrive and, with a minimum of ambition, outlasted most of them.
Ott started to say something but his greeting died beneath the grinding whine of a carpenter's table saw.