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What does OTH stand for?

OTH stands for Over-the-Hill

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10pm Bill Murray stars in Sofia Coppola's Oscar-winning film as over-the-hill actor Bob Harris, who is lured to Tokyo to act in a whisky commercial in return for big money.
Dorfman played sports seriously before starting to dance and now looks rather like an over-the-hill shortstop.
All you get is an over-the-hill soccer player who has a loyal and adoring following of young women.
South Africa is also doing well with the price of gold, so well as to afford to pay an over-the-hill Brazilian football coach $130,000 per month to coach the South African team for the next World Cup.
Hiding under the 'anonymity for commercial sensitivity' label his staff have wined and dined a plethora of corpulent businessmen, over-the-hill sportsmen, showbiz luvvies and millionaires on worldwide freebie tours paid for with our money, at a time when patients are denied life-saving drugs and have to pay for parking at hospitals, our jobs are being taken by Poles and Portuguese, affordable housing is at a premium, our pensioners are struggling to pay for rising fuel costs, schools and post offices are closing and our loyal supporters are heading for the hills.