FOKA

AcronymDefinition
FOKAFinans/Offentlig Kontor Administration (Danish: Finance/Public Office and Administration)
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"Dearest, I'm afraid this morning's fruschtique*- as Foka the cook calls it- has disagreed with me."
In a Facebook post, Foka Wolf quipped: "New delivery at Digbeth police station..."
Foka ZJ, Lambropoulos AF, Saravelos H, Karas GB, Karavida A, Agorastos T, et al.
Foka P, Dimitriadis A, Karamichali E, Kyratzopoulou E, Giannimaras D, Koskinas J, et al.
Editors Mantymaki, Rodi-Risberg, and Foka present students, academics, and researchers in a variety of fields with a collection of academic articles and essays from writers in a variety of disciplines, focused on the concept of female deviance and its representation, appropriation, re-inscription, and re-figuration in texts ranging in time, culture, and genre.
O'Neil (m), Astri Maria Rodriguez, Cecelia Foka Sherman, Sonia L.
[30.] Petinaki E, Kanellopoulou M, Damani A, Foka A, Spiliopoulou I, Skalmoutsou N.
They have permission to build housing units, and the District Committee approved a tourist center and an Antiseptic facility for religious Israelis in Al Ein al Foka, which will be around 200 square meters.
Previous reports have indicated that CCAAT enhancer binding protein beta (C/EBP[beta]) is important for the function of macrophages and for differentiation of myeloid leukemic cells along the monocytic lineage (Ramji and Foka 2002; Studzinski et al.
The failure happened after Amy, originally from Longridge, Lancashire, and a group of friends, assembled the Foka 4 glider incorrectly at Bicester Airfield, Oxfordshire on August 8, 2010.