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What does OO stand for?

OO stands for Original Oratory

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who travels by beside A wife the jump It tells of the establishment of a chapel on the site of the original oratory in the 15th century and of the estate's connections with Sir Guy of Warwick, the Saxon noble and legendary founder of Warwick Castle Terry the house who is said to have returned from his travels to live out his days in a cave by the river which can still be seen beside the chapel.
Winners included: Lincoln/Douglas debating, Matthew Cloutier of Rhode Island; Lincoln-Douglas speaking, Rachel Armstrong of Massachusetts; apologetics, Taylor Gieg of Pennsylvania; dramatic interpretation, Hannah Weekley; duo interpretation, Hannah Weekley and Sarah Fiore; expository, Daniel Lewis of Massachusetts; extemporaneous, Rachel Armstrong, Massachusetts; humorous, Micah Edelblut of New Hampshire; impromptu, Josiah Weekley of Connecticut; open interpretation, Andrew Cass of New Hampshire; original oratory, Andrew Cass; persuasive oratory, Rachel Armstrong of Massachusetts; team policy, Evans Foster of New York and Daniel Lewis of Massachusetts; team policy speakers, Christopher Anderson of Pennsylvania and sweepstakes, Ariel Wolf of Massachusetts.