OEYOntario Early Years (Canada)
OEYOffice of Employment and Youth (Australia)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
They are shed randomly every 3 to 17 months (Sturges and Leben, 2000) and the majority of them drift to the western GOM where they may persist for weeks (Oey et al., 2005).
Bolton maintained their momentum and after Ross Flitney touched Wellington Silva's freekick onto the bar, they went ahead on 43 minutes when Dean Moxey a oey curled a left-foot shot into the bottom corner.
Oey; "Protecting People in Protected Places," by Malin Gregersen; "On Mission in the Cosmopolitan World," by Maria Smaberg; "Religion, Relief, and Humanitarian Work among Armenian Women Refugees in Mandatory Syria, 1927-1934," by Inger Marie Okkenhaug; "A Nordic Hebrew Christian Center in Jerusalem?" by Seija Jalagin; "'Ecclesia Nidroseinsis' and 'Noregs Veldi.' The Role of the Church in the Making of Norwegian Domination in the Norse World," by Agnes S.
Campbell, (2) Sarah Muir, (2) Elvina Oey, (2) Kristen Janes, (2) Samantha R.
With weak EE final (EI, OI, AIY, AEY, OAY, AOY, OOY, OEY, UEY)
Oey, currently a guest researcher in global studies at Leipzig University, is the author of numerous articles on Christianity in East Asia.
"Single-country investing in emerging markets is risky," says Patricia Oey, a Morningstar analyst.