OHLE

AcronymDefinition
OHLEOverhead Line Equipment (railways)
OHLEOver Head Line Electrification (UK)
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They were all fools: Mother and Father drunk half the time, and Herr Ohle with his wet, stuttering sincerity
Ohle, Transitioning Our Shelters: A Guide to Making Homeless Shelters Safe for Transgender People, TheNational Coalition for the Homeless and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute 11-12 (2003), http://srlp.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/TransitioningOurShelters.pdf [http://perma.cc/VVC4-24YN] (emphasis in original).
The most striking image recurring throughout Ohle's book, Stoneback's essay, and Main's book is the character of Marge herself--a woman who acted with "dignity, discipline, poise, serenity, and her own kind of courage under the stress of rejection" (Main 38).
Taking care of all the arrangements for the anniversary is the present Windhoek Club committee comprising Tony Nel, Cobus van Wyngaarden, Richard Pfohl, Ian Gallagher, Patrick Ohle and Michael Rumsey.
Frank Ohle, the STI Group will set new standards in high-quality flexo post-printing with this investment.
Strukturalni odvetvove zmeny v procesu transformace ceske ekonomiky--s ohle dem na mezinarodni aspekty.
A postcard uncovered by Professor Frank Snyder describes the business as "The One Stop Molel" in McKenney, Virginia, with "Individual and Family-type rooms--Air conditioned--Steam Heat--Television--Restaurant--Service Station--Garage." See Frank Snyder, Carry Me Back to Ye Ohle Virginnie, CONTRACTS PROF BLOG (Feb.
According to Tom Ohle the VP of Marketing/Media Relations this means that members will have to seriously evaluate every connection they make.
Ohle, "Transitioning Our Shelters: A Guide to Making Homeless Shelters Safe for Transgender People" (New York: National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, 2003), 3.
Ohle on "1995 Leadership & Professionalism Assessment Study Trends," at a conference on military ethics, Cantigny, 13 March 1996.