DOVA

AcronymDefinition
DOVADepartment of Veterans Affairs
DOVADirectors of Volunteer Administration (Boston, MA)
DOVADirectors of Volunteers Association (VolunteerLEON; Tallahassee, FL)
DOVAÐraikars Ocean Vessel Archives
DOVADatabase of Online Vacancies
DOVADepartment of Visual Arts (colleges)
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A live audio webcast of the event will be available via the 'Investor Relations' page of the Dova website, www.dova.com.
With those proceeds, Dova Pharmaceuticals grew from a small, private, pre-commercial company to a 150-person, fully-integrated, publicly-traded biotech company with an approved and marketed product and a rich pipeline of ongoing clinical programs.
United States-based Dova Pharmaceuticals, United States-based Salix Pharmaceuticals and its parent company Bausch Health Companies have signed a contract to co-promote Dova's Doptelet (avatrombopag) in the United States, it was reported on Friday.
Munari, Peverelli, Dova, Fontana, Scanavino, Capogrossi.
Yet, quite observably, there is still an Ilonggo flavor to DoVa's food.
Noutsopoulos D, Markopoulos G, Koliou M, Dova L, Vartholomatos G, Kolettas E, et al.
Hopes, fuelled by the manufacturers of the new keyboard, had been high that the velotype would allow STT interpreters to attain typing speeds that equalled normal speech rates, as this report from 1990 (Att bli tolkfor kommunikation mellan horselskadade, dova, dovblinda och horande) shows:
Dova's call to Khan came even before Naidu met Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his litany of charges against Telangana government last week.
Pantera Capital led the round from the US side, with participation from BAM Ventures and previous investors Bitcoin Opportunity Corp., Tim Draper, Pietro Dova and initial investor Strong Ventures.
COME ON DOVA Angela and Marian Verdes from Moldova U DID IT Olena Kovalenko from Ukraine PROUD Our man Sam with his mum Elizabeth in Dublin yesterday