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What does OTH stand for?

OTH stands for Over-the-Hill

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Byline: KEN REYNOLDS DIEGO MARADONA was written off as "an over-the-hill gunfighter" as Germany revelled in their World Cup demolition of Argentina.
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.
The gritty tale of over-the-hill, professional grappler Randy "The Ram" Robinson,awashed-up bruiser whose fading career until recently mirrored Rourke's own, should reinstate the rehabilitated bad boy as one of cinema's genuine acting greats.
Dorfman played sports seriously before starting to dance and now looks rather like an over-the-hill shortstop.
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.