Definition of Type o
1. Noun. The blood group whose red cells carry neither the A nor B antigens. "People with type O blood are universal donors"
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Literary usage of Type o
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1. The Early Motive Power of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad by Joseph Snowden Bell (1912)
"CHAPTER V. THE SIX-WHEEL CONNECTED ENGINES—type o-6-O. This type, in the motive power in service prior to 1860, included only three engines, ..."
2. Switching Equipment for Power Control by Stephen Quentin Hayes (1921)
"89 is a 3000-ampere 3-pole type O-2 breaker. Fio. 89. ... The type O oil circuit breakers are particularly adapted to the control of systems of large ..."
3. Herpetology of Japan and Adjacent Territory by Leonhard Hess Stejneger (1907)
"132 (type, O.franklinii). The genus Typhlops, of which only one species of wide distribution enters our territorial limits in the extreme south, ..."
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