The 17 Mixed Open entries are headed by prolific winners Cave Hunter and Gunner Jack.
What does OE stand for?
OE stands for Open Entries
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- Ohio Edison
- Oil Equivalent
- Old Edwardian (King Edward's School Birmingham)
- Old Ellesmerian (club; UK)
- Old English
- Old Etonian (Eton College)
- On Examination (clinical notes)
- Open Embedded (computing)
- Open End
- Open Enrollment
Samples in periodicals archive:
The men's open entries were topped by Joel Hinds (world ranked 84) and Shaun Le Roux (world ranked 90).
Angela Rucker's eyecatching mixed open entries do not run at this meeting, nor Cottenham, where 'firm' ground is forecast.
Advanced arrangements for 2002 show that there should be 20-25 teams taking part in the dual competitions for open entries and those from within North Wales.
WITH the National Hunt season starting to get into full swing, it's time to open entries for our popular Naps Table competition for the winter season.
Eight of the 11 Men's Open entries are also listed at Dalston on Easter Monday, including a quartet from Nick Alexander's in-form Fife yard.
Metro Radio's Marky Mark and comedian and actor Brendan Healy flew in by helicopter to officially open entries to the 2009 Greggs Children's Cancer Run, at Complete Football, High Gosforth Park, Newcastle.
THE Carlos Franco in the Peru Open entries has turned out to be the world-class Paraguayan after all.