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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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Mwaasho oukadona otave lihongo mo yo kutya omalihumbato avo opamilele otaa dulu oku va etela sha shomondjato notave lihongo yo okuliyandja momilele nokulimona va fa oilongifwa yongaho
The OKU skin-scanning device connects to an iPhone to serve as a "personal skin coach," helping develop a customized and effective skin care regimen for healthy, glowing skin, according to its creators.
Oku said, 'The US market is a very big market and in retail banking there might some chances to get in-of course we will study them.
She explained that the Oku Marabout group is found mainly in Banjul and the Kanifing Municipality, but noted that they also have settlements in the major groundnut trading centres, such as Baligho, Kanikunda and Kuntaur.
Oku said that the company is looking to set up factories in ten different countries.
Both Oku, 66, and Kitayama, 64, took their current posts in 2005.
Oku denied a report that Ford's decision, which would relinquish its position as the biggest shareholder of Mazda for the first time since their capital tie-up in 1979, reflects the deteriorating financial health of the U.
The bill ''could disturb the banking system,'' Masayuki Oku, president of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.
We want to create Japan's No 1 brokerage through our tie-up and an alliance with Daiwa," Masayuki Oku, head of SMFG's core banking unit, said.
OKU presented Lyon with the award during the organization's annual business meeting on March 30.
Kohno H, Sakai H, Okamoto M, Ito M, Oku Y, Kamiya M.
I have chosen as data the revisions of haiku made by Basho Matsuo in Oku no Hosomichi (1694), one of the acknowledged masterpieces of Japanese literature.