OKU


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OKUOrang Kurang Upaya (Malaysian disabled person designation)
OKUOmicron Kappa Upsilon (National Dental Honor Society)
OKUOgan Komering Ulu (Indonesian district)
OKUOrthopaedic Knowledge Update (Orthopaedic Trauma Association book)
OKUOsaka Kyoiku University (Osaka, Japan)
OKUOkinawan Karatedo Union (martial arts; est. 1986; Cleveland, TN)
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Bridgestone board member Masaharu Oku told a news conference held at the plant that resumption of production operations will have to be put off until ''next week or thereafter.
Ki te taha o toku Mama: Ko Taranaki, Matiti me Taiarahia oku maunga; Ko Waitara, Waioeka me Ohinemataroa oku awa; Ko Tokomaru me Mataatua oku waka; Ko Owae, Opeke, Tauarau me Owhakatoro oku marae; Ko Ngati Rahiri, Ngati Ira me Ngati Rongo oku hapu; Ko Te Atiawa, Te Whakatohea me Tuhoe oku iwi; Ko Richard raua ko Tangi Thrupp oku matua.
Oku also called for a revamp of executive ethics and wage policies.
Oku, 45, a counselor at the Japanese Embassy in London, and Inoue, 30, a third secretary at the Japanese Embassy in Iraq, were gunned down near the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit on Nov.
Oku vakurona vamwe ava kovekeda asi vana vawo wovakadona va kware, vakurona woowo kapi hena ava kovekeda asi vana vawo va gwane erongo.
Oku, 45, a counselor, and Inoue, 30, a third secretary, were gunned down near the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit on Nov.
Shinichi Oku, planning team manager at Japan's second largest utility, Osaka Gas Information Systems, said, "At Osaka Gas, we believe that providing superior customer service is a key differentiating factor.
Shampa to mu tala tango ota monika e na uundjolowele, ihe okwa ondoka noonkondo, oku na oshiviha shookilograma 97 nomuthika gwoometa 1,74.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking President Masayuki Oku will fly to Seoul possibly by the end of next week to sign a contract regarding the terms of the tie-up agreement, the sources said.
Ka tu whakaiti ahau i waenganui i oku hoamahi, ld te tautako, ki te awhi hoki.
One man who believed in our cause was a Japanese diplomat named Katsuhiko Oku.