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Odessa appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

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Places

  1. Odessa or Odesa is the third largest city in Ukraine with a population of 1,003,705. The city is a major seaport and transportation hub located on the northwestern shore of the Black Sea. Odessa is also an administrative center of the Odessa Oblast and a multiethnic major cultural center.
  2. Odessa is a city in and the county seat of Ector County, Texas, United States. It is located primarily in Ector County, although a small portion of the city extends into Midland County. Odessa's population was 99,940 at the 2010 census making it the 31st-most populous city in Texas. It is the principal city of the Odessa, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Ector County. The metropolitan area is also a component of the larger Midland–Odessa combined statistical area, which had a population of 266,941 as of a July 1, 2009 estimate.
  3. Odessa is a census-designated place in Pasco County, Florida, United States. The population was 3,173 at the 2000 census and more than doubled to 7,267 in the 2010 census. Northwest of Tampa, Odessa had been an area of open spaces, ranching, and horse properties.
  4. Odessa is a city in Lafayette County, Missouri, United States. The population was 5,300 at the 2010 census.
  5. Odessa is a town in New Castle County, Delaware, United States. The population was 364 at the 2010 census. Originally founded as Cantwell's Bridge in the 18th century, the name was changed in the 19th century, after the Ukrainian port city of the same name. Today a significant part of the town is a National Historic District.
  6. Odessa is a town in Lincoln County, Washington, United States. The population was 910 at the 2010 census.
  7. Odessa is a village in Schuyler County, New York, United States. The population was 617 at the 2000 census.
  8. Odessa is a city in Big Stone County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 135 at the 2010 census.
  9. Odessa is a village in Francis Rural Municipality No. 127, Saskatchewan, Canada. The population was 201 at the 2006 Census. The community is located 60 km southeast of Regina on highway 48.

There are other places with in their name, like Lake Odessa, Nova Odessa, Odessa College, Odessa Township, Odessa University, Odessa Pushkin Museum, Odessa Numismatics Museum, Odessa Archeological Museum.

Groups

  1. OdESSA is a musical group.
  2. Odessa is a musical group.

There are other groups with in their name, like Odessa/Havana, pasborg's odessa 5, The Odessa Balalaikas and Odessa Symphony Orchestra of Opera and Ballet.

Music

  1. "Odessa" is the sixth studio album by the Bee Gees, released in March 1969 by Polydor Records in the UK and Atco Records in the US. It was the group's fourth album released internationally, and their only studio double LP. Odessa would be the final album for the band's original incarnation, and this was the last album to feature guitarist Vince Melouney. Robin Gibb would leave the band over personal and artistic differences with brother Barry Gibb. Barry and Maurice would continue to record with drummer Colin Petersen as the Bee Gees, but disintegrated when Petersen was fired. Odessa is noted in Robert Dimery's book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. The album contains "First of May", "Lamplight", "Marley Purt Drive" and "Melody Fair".
  2. "Odessa" is the first album released by alternative country band The Handsome Family. It was released 1994 by Carrot Top Records.
  3. "Odessa" is a musical single of Caribou.
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  4. "Odessa" is a musical album of The Johnsons.

Films

  1. "Odessa" is a film, directed by Amy Lyndon.
  2. "Odessa" is a film.

Miscellanea

The ODESSA, from the German Organisation der Ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen, meaning “Organisation of Former SS Members,” is believed to have been an international Nazi network set up towards the end of World War II by a group of SS officers. The purpose of the ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as ratlines, to allow SS members to avoid their capture and prosecution for war crimes. Most of those fleeing Germany and Austria were helped to South America and the Middle East.

Phrases with Odessa

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Odessa

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Google previewA Hand-book for Travellers in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Russia (1839)

Being a Guide to the Principal Routes in Those Countries : with a Minute Description of Copenhagen, Stockholm, St. Petersburg and Moscow by John Murray (Firm)

Odessa is a free port; in 1830 the number ...

Google previewThe Church Member (2012)

Understanding Your Place in the Body of Christ by Jared C. Wellman

Odessa is a city in West Texas known for oil and football. Most people recognize the city because it was the setting for the 2004 movie Friday Night Lights, a story about the 1988 Permian Panthers' run for the state championship. The movie ...

Google previewScreaming to be Heard (2005)

Hormonal Connections Women Suspect ... and Doctors Still Ignore by M. Lee D. Vliet

Interstitial Cystitis, Vulvodynia,and Leaky Haddem Odessa 's Story Forty-two years old, Odessa is a typical patient coping with interstitial cystitis (IC). In excruciating pain, up off and on all night long to urinate, exhausted from lack of sleep and ...

Google preview501 Minutes to Christ (2011)

Personal Essays by Poe Ballantine

Odessa is a town in Texas you don't even think of when someone says Texas. You don't think of it, period.

Google previewThe Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge (1831)

ODEssa is a flourishing seaport in the south part of European Russia, and is situated in the government of Cherson, on a small bay of the Black Sea, between the mouths of the Dniester and the Dnieper. This place is entirely of modern erection ...

Google previewWhy Sin Matters (2004)

The Surprising Relationship Between Our Sin and God's Grace by Mark R. McMinn

Odessa is an attractive city with lovely parks bordering the edge of the Black Sea. As we followed the scenery around winding sidewalks and across busy roadways, we somehow lost track of our path and wondered if we knew our way back.

Google previewThe Last Refuge (2012)

A Dewey Andreas Novel by Ben Coes

“Be careful; Odessa is a lawless place.” The rendezvous had been arranged by Tobias Meir and the reporter from Al Jazeera, a woman named Taris Darwil. Odessa was close to both Israel and Iran, and it was a popular destination for ...

Google previewRussia; or, miscellaneous observations on the past and present state of that country and its inhabitants, etc (1833)

by Robert PINKERTON

ODEssA is a rising city: not fewer than 400 houses are now being erected. It is here called the “Refuge of Nations,” on account of its singularly mixed population, consisting of emigrants from all countries— Russians, French, Italians, Greeks, ...

Google previewWorks of Lord Byron (1833)

With His Letters and Journals, and His Life by George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore

[Odessa is a very interesting place; and being the seat of government, and the only quarantine allowed except Caffa and Taganrog, is, though of very recent erection, already wealthy and flourishing Too much praise cannot be given to the ...

Google previewJewish Gangsters of Modern Literature (2000)

by Rachel Rubin

"Babel's Odessa is a fairyland," writes Andrey Sinyavsky, "where local images and national traits are surrounded by a halo of legend." James Falen agrees: " Everything about the gangsters is exaggerated and fantastic." Frank O'Connor quips, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of European Baptist Life and Thought (2009)

by John H. Y. Briggs

Odessa. Theological. Seminary,. Ukraine In all the history of the Russian- speaking world Protestant educational institutions have seldom existed. Even before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, the state-sanctioned Russian Orthodox Church ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Crimean War (2002)

by Guy Arnold

ODESSA ° 101 of sanitation, no laundering facilities, few supplies of any kind, poor food, a generally disorganized medical service, and no nurses. The result at the time was a death rate among the wounded of 50 percent. Over the months that ...

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I'd heard about Texas football and how much of a religion it is, but to go to Odessa and experience it first-hand is something different than just hearing about it. (Jay Hernandez)
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The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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