'Oah. He only says that if you do not let me go it will stop him in his business - his ur-gent private af-fairs.' This last was a reminiscence of some talk with a Eurasian clerk in the Canal Department, but it only drew a smile, which nettled him.
'Oah, it was made by our Lord God Buddha, you know, and if you wash there you are washed away from all your sins and made as white as cotton-wool.' (Kim had heard mission-talk in his time.) 'I am his disciple, and we must find that River.
Oah yess,' said the boy, 'I have told him everything you tell me to say.'
'Oah, I know all thatt.' Kim drew his bow again at a venture.
Because the violation was inadvertent and had "minimal impact on voters," the OAH
imposed a civil penalty of $200.
"By refusing Petitioner's timely mailed Form HR 556, DPS prevented Petitioner from obtaining a 'final agency decision' 'reviewed and approved by the Office of State Human Resources' to vest OAH
with jurisdiction to hear Petitioner's contested case," Tyson said.
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Not surprisingly, the dominant theme of much of the first four issues of Teaching History was, as Kneeshaw described it in the journal's first essay, "something is rotten in the historical profession." In "Crisis in the Classroom: Clio Down but Not Out," Kneeshaw summarized the challenges facing the profession and some of the initial efforts by organizations such as the AHA and OAH
to improve classroom teaching in the seventies.
Due to ocean currents, many regions along the west coast of North America have already started experiencing the adverse effects of OAH
(Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia).
At the start of a large multibuilding DDC upgrade project performed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), a decision was made to use a centralized source for OAT and OAH
to achieve consistent and accurate readings across the campus.
He discusses the evidence that Beethoven understood and used key characteristics, including his personal views and his familiarity of the views of others, including Johann Mattheson, Johann Philipp Kirnberger, Johann George Sulzer, Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart, Anton Reicha, and Carl Czerny; keys commonly and less frequently used by Beethoven and their affective characteristics, with lists of examples by Beethoven and other composers; the tonal symbolism in his solo songs, as well as modulations in them; and case studies of his concert aria oAh
! Perfido,o oratorio Christus am Ulberge, Mass in C Major, Elegischer Gesang, the finale of Symphony No.