OASE


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AcronymDefinition
OASEOpen Access to Scientific Literature
OASEOpen Aanbod Software Expertise (Dutch: Open Offer Software Expertise; open source project; Netherlands)
OASEOregon Association of School Executives (Salem, OR)
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The warning light for Harmattan winds will be continuous vertical glare (white) on all oases of trans-Saharan N.
But his thirst doth not persuade him to become like those comfortable ones: for where there are oases, there are also idols.
Even the Sahara had its oases; but this frightful world gave no indication of containing a square foot of hospitable ground.
There were other oases scattered about--possibly they had been journeying to one of these.
Yet, as one of Wordsworth's great admirers has said: "In deserts of preaching we find delightful oases of poetry."* There is little action in The Excursion, and much of it is merely dull descriptions and conversations.
And to those oases Vronsky at once directed his attention, and with them he entered at once into relation.
BASF markets its range of technologies, gas treatment agents and complete technical services under the brand OASE -- Gas treating excellence from BASF.
The deal, which has immediate effect, will see OASE's existing water gardening operations in North America gradually merge with GeoGlobal Partners.
We would recommend using a good-quality liner such as Oase, Alfafol or Firestone Butyl, which comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Before considering OASE, a brief review of the changing roles of ASE is in order.
Cognetas did not provide any comment.Country: Germany, Sector: Advertising/PR, Machinery/Engineering, Motor VehiclesTarget: Oase, KSM Castings, CommarcoVendor: Cognetas LLPType: DivestmentStatus: Auction
sapiens specimens are probably just as old as the Oase (pronounced wa-zee) jaw, says Trinkans, who now leads efforts to analyze the Romanian discoveries.