KSA

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AcronymDefinition
KSAKingdom of Saudi Arabia
KSAKnowledge, Skills and Abilities
KSAKey System Attribute
KSAKnowledge, Skills and Attitudes
KSAKorean Student Association (student organization providing cultural awareness and community empowerment)
KSAKnight in Shining Armor
KSAKansas Statutes Annotated
KSAKorean Standards Association
KSAKnowlton School of Architecture (Ohio State University)
KSAKnowledge, Skills and Attributes
KSAKick Some Ass
KSAKölsch Style Ale (beer)
KSAKey Scheduling Algorithm
KSAKosher Supervision of America
KSAKatholieke Studenten Actie (Belgian youth movement)
KSAKansas State Assessment
KSAKazakh Space Agency
KSAKnowledge Systems Area
KSAKansai Sociological Association
KSAKey Support Areas (performance base logistics product support boundries)
KSAKosrae, Caroline Islands, Micronesia (Airport Code)
KSAKultur Und Sozialanthropologie (German: Cultural and Social Anthropology)
KSAKnights of St. Andrew (Masonic)
KSAKipp Summit Academy (San Lorenzo, CA)
KSAKenya Scouts Association (Kenya)
KSAKorean-American Students Association
KSAKey-String Algorithm (DNA)
KSAKu-band Single Access
KSAKansas Sheriff's Association
KSAK-band Single Access
KSAKansai Football Association (Japan)
KSAKurt Salmon Associates GmbH
KSAKommando Strategische Aufklärung (German Army Secret Service for Exterior Affairs)
KSAKeller Soccer Association (Texas)
KSAKanara Saraswat Association
KSAKentucky Society of Anesthesiologists
KSAKorean Society of Anesthesiologists
KSAKnowledge Superiority & Assurance (information assurance)
KSAKansas Society of Anesthesiologists
KSAKommunikations Struktur Analyse
KSAKerry Schwoyer Associates, Inc.
KSAKontinuum Spaßmusschreibender Autoren (Austrian writers' organisation)
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Co-collaborator Steven Turk, associate professor at OSU's Knowlton School of Architecture, echoes this.
Mark Scogin Merrill Elam Architects designed and built Knowlton Hall at the Knowlton School of Architecture on the campus of Ohio State University.
Group in Irving, Texas; Margery Perlmetter, principal of Arte NY, won for her Queens site design and the Brooklyn site winner was Beth Blostein, a partner at Blostein/Overly Architects and an assistant professor at The Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture.