OGBAOrganic Growers and Buyers Association
OGBAOntario Goat Breeders Association (Canada)
OGBAOld Goucher Business Alliance (Maryland)
OGBAOrganic Growers Business Association
OGBAOne Group Before After
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(14) Mwaura, "Gender and Power." Ogba Kalu suggests that influential women in African Pentecostalism may be categorized variously as temptresses, pastor's wives, and founders and leaders of support ministries.
Ogba's art of rainbow sparklers in the night sky is now one of US Bank's 10 permanent card designs.
Ogba, Service quality, customer satisfaction and loyalty in automobile repair services sector.
A comparative assessment of heavy metal loads in the tissues of a common catfish (Clarias gariepinus) from Ikpoba and Ogba Rivers in Benin City.
(1) World AIDS Campaign, 3 Bauhinia, 46 Arum Road, Tableview 7441 Cape Town, South Africa; (2) Department of Child Dental Health and Institute of Public Health, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and New HIV Vaccine and Microbicide Advocacy Society, Nigeria; (3) Journalists Against AIDS (JAAIDS) Nigeria, Media Resource Centre on HIV/AIDS, 14 Fadare Street, End of Kayode Street, Ogba Lagos
(3.) Wangboje OM and JAO Oronsaye Trace Metal Content in Gills, Liver and Muscle of Tilapia zilli and Hemichromis fasciatus From Ogba River, Benin City, Nigeria.
Located on the mainland and emphatically outside the old city, Ehin Ogba was a place for a different kind of disposal: it was where the bodies of children known among the Yoruba as abiku, or 'bom to die', were deposited in order to prevent them from tormenting their parents through another circle of rebirth and death.
Heavy metal concentrations in Malapterurus Electicus and chryscichthys nigrodigitatus from Ogba river in Benin city, Nigeria.
Obasohan, "Heavy metals concentrations in the offal, gill, muscle and liver of a freshwater mudfish (Parachanna obscura) from Ogba River, Benin city, Nigeria," African Journal of Biotechnology, vol.
Rahman scored two goals each while Osheh Ogba, Hussain Ali and Ali Jamal contributed one each.
Par ailleurs, le successeur de Ogba Gougam a indique que Setif abritera du 20 au 30 janvier 2013 le championnat d'Afrique de volley-ball (cadets).