OATE

AcronymDefinition
OATEOklahoma Association of Teacher Educators
References in classic literature ?
That would be Johnny Oates going out in his Bleriot," some one remarked.
Oates and Goelzer are thus incorrect when they state that "the statute treats non-audit tax services in the same manner as any other non-audit service" (Page 406), because the Act treats tax services in a more favorable manner than any other non-audit service.
One suspects, though, that under her own name alone Oates would not settle for what "Smith" settles for here.
Lavish Self-Divisions: The Novels of Joyce Carol Oates and Invisible Writer: A Biography of Joyce Carol Oates are both serious volumes that help to fill the gap in Oates scholarship.
The bill passed Congress, Oates says, specially because it avoids these issues.
Thanks to the lead gift and operational support of the Buzz Oates Charitable Foundation, combined with primary donations from the Stewards Foundation and the Frank Ramos Family and the efforts and contributions of many other businesses and individuals, Mercy Ministries of America today announced the Grand Opening of its first West Coast home, located at 1896 McClain Drive, Lincoln, California.
Speaking after the conclusion of the inquest Mrs Oates said her son had struggled to cope after being discharged from in-patient care.
As in her 2011 memoir, A Widow's Story, Oates writes tactfully, perhaps even grudgingly, avoiding the over-share, the "too much information" of the contemporary misery memoir.
Oates finished second-from-last in the second round of the Elite Karting League at the South Bank track seven days earlier, but bounced back in style.
THE TOPIC: On February 18, 2008, Oates unexpectedly lost her husband of nearly 50 years.
The special celebration included a recreation of the crowning of King Offa, where Coun Oates was given the honour of crowning the king.
But at Newcastle Crown Court, Oates denied sending the sinister letters and claimed someone had transferred his DNA on to the bullet.