ODAI

AcronymDefinition
ODAIOrigin Destination Assignor Indicator
ODAIOn Demand Ad Insertion (Motorola)
ODAIOperation de Developpement Agricole Integre (Operation for Integrated Agricultural Development)
ODAIOAF (Originating Address Field)-DAF (Destination Address Field) Assignor Indicator
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Indeed, the Head of Family of the Adzin-We Family of Katamansu then, was one Joshua Kwei Odai, a grandfather of Nii Laryea Afotey-Agbo (Lion) and uncle of the Chief of Katamansu, who is the father of Nii Laryea Afotey-Agbo, he stated.
Odai, who stayed at one of the shelters for eight months, commented that it provided a good, useful programme which still allowed for free time.
Odai Saleh's large, hollow eyes follow the movements around him lethargically and his emaciated, birdlike face expresses no interest in the toy car next to him on the hospital bed.
The lucky winners of the first draw for this season, Hassan Ebrahim and brothers Odai and Mohamed Al Sherooqi, flew to the UK on November 25 and attended a match at Old Trafford.
The baby, Odai Al-Kafarna was brought to Israel from Gaza by his grandmother Haniya in order to undergo open-heart surgery, according to theworld.org.
The occupier shot to death 17-year-old Odai Qadous after clashes broke out between the shooter and a group of rock-throwing Palestinians.
Doha Odai Al Saify, who made the most of a defensive lapse and netted the winner for Jordan, said his goal would go a long way in helping his country's football cause.
Odai Salah, 29, stabbed and suffocated disabled Maurece Smith and stabbed his partner Rosemary Windle, both 71, in January this year.
Debt-ridden Odai Salah, 29, stabbed and suffocated disabled Maurece Smith and stabbed his partner Rosemary Windle, both 71, in January this year.
Broke Odai Salah, 29, stabbed and suffocated Maurece Smith, 71, and knifed Rosemary Windle, 72.
Odai Salah, 28, a Middle East business law expert, is accused of killing Rosemary Windle, 72, and her partner Maurece Smith, 71.
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