KOCA

AcronymDefinition
KOCAKo Olina Community Association (Honolulu, HI)
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Crossman, Vincent & Speed, 2007; Das, 2011; Desmond & Danilewicz, 2010; Knijnik& Souza, 2011; Luyt, 2011; Valls-Fernandez & Martinez-Vicente, 2007) including those in Turkish literature (e.g Arslan & Koca, 2007; Ozsoy, 2010;Ugur-Tanriover, Vitrinel & Sozeri, 2009; Uray & Burnaz, 2003).
Correspondence should be addressed to Ilknur Koca; ibaltaci@gantep.edu.tr
Seguindo o mesmo padrao, mirtilos produzidos na Turquia apresentaram correlacao linear entre a atividade antioxidante, determinada pelo metodo FRAP, e o teor de compostos fenolicos totais de r = 0.981 (KOCA; KARADENIZ, 2009).
Older athletes may also see their sport performance affected when they get married or have children (Koca, 2006).
"The scope of work in package I-B includes 75km of dualisation, 50km of service road and nine interchanges for alignment," Vedat Koca, regional representative of STFA, was quoted as saying in Times of Oman.
And in some other places, we will make new alignment for making four lanes." Koca said it will take three years for his company to complete the road project, and including two months of mobilisation, it may take 38 months.
Gul was also present at the opening of a monument of legendary Bulgarian-Turkish wrestler Koca Yusuf (1864-1898) who is a native of the neighboring village of Cherna.
Water samples collected from the Mirqalam Koca area representing well developed hilly area shows low concentration (14.6ppm) even less fluoride content than the source water but still higher than the WHO recommended guideline value, which is (1.5ppm) [22].
For Thomas Maarseveen and Ceren Koca (pronounced Jeren Koja), omanlog.com started out as a hobby.
This article is followed by a fascinating piece by Turkish professor Zeynep Cihan KOCA HELVACI: an objective examination of something that leaves none of us cold: Tsahal's bloody raid on the so-called Gaza Flotilla which set out from Turkey just a few months ago.