DOAI

AcronymDefinition
DOAIDesignated Organic Active Ingredient
DOAIDeath of An Icon (band)
DOAIDiscovery Owners Association, Inc. (motorhomes)
DOAIDepartment of Applied Informatics (University of Macedonia; Thessaloniki, Greece)
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Absolute Dominance (DoAi): DoAi = ABmi x DAi, where ABmi = average basal area of the species (ABi/ni); and DAi = Absolute Density of the species.
The house had been rented by a couple identified by Hoan Tran and Doai Thai in approximately March 2008.
(37) In 1886, a decade before the creation of the Upper Tonkin vicariate and five years before the establishment of the military administration along the border, he and Father Ambroise Robert [1883] were sent to take charge of the little-known part of the mountainous segment of the then West Tonkin vicariate--the Xu Doai. Xu Doai comprised the (then) provinces of Hung Hoa and Tuyen Quang and included the very recently established military stations of Yen Bai, Tuyen Quang and Lao Cai.
We know from the comptes-rendus that in 1895 out of a total of 56 MEP priests active in West Tonkin, the seven who were already working in the Xu Doai district were transferred to the new vicariate.
Doai, a Reformist cleric, urged Rohani to intervene and defend the media against a serious threat to press freedom imposed by hardliners.
"The esteemed prosecutor of Tehran recently held a meeting with a number of managing editors, including myself, in which he demanded us not to publish articles or images relating to Hojatoleslam Khatami," Doai wrote.
The following Tuesday, news agencies reported that Doai had been charged for flouting the ban.
With the officially sanctioned road to fame and fortune thus barred to him, he supported himself by teaching Chinese, first at home, and later, beginning in 1848, at Nha Chung Xa Doai, a local Catholic seminary, where his quick intelligence and classical learning attracted the attention of a French missionary, Bishop Gauthier of the Paris-based Societe des Missions Etrangeres (Foreign Missions Society).
Mahmud Doai was called to the press court when his daily Ettela'at used an image of Khatami Saturday and published remarks Khatami made in an interview with Lebanon's As-Safir newspaper.
Doai was appointed in 1980 by Ayatollah Khomeini to take over Ettela'at.
Swansea Crown Court was told when Cuong Van Tran died at a house in Porthyrhyd, near Carmarthen, drugs gang "manager" Doai Ba Tran, 70, of London, drove to Wales to oversee the disposal of his body.
The four men - Ernest John Lewis, 57, of Swansea, Ba Doai Tran, 70, of London, Thang Xuan Dau, 38 and Loc Van Nguyen,19, both of no fixed address, plus the 17-year-old youth who cannot be named for legal reasons, are charged with producing and supplying cannabis.