OIAAOntario Insurance Adjusters Association (Canada)
OIAAOffice of Inter-American Affairs
OIAAOffice of International and Academic Affairs (US National Institute of Standards and Technology)
OIAAOffice of Information Analysis and Access (US EPA)
OIAAOnion-Induced Antiplatelet Activity
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Ontario airport experienced significant growth in passenger volume during the first six months of the year as airlines initiated new services to major airports in Atlanta, Houston and San Francisco and added flights to existing routes," said Mark Thorpe, chief executive officer of the OIAA.
Air Transat and OIAA responded to complaints made by customers on Twitter by aiming to ease the confusion and frustration of customers who had not been informed by either party of the dilemma.
Ottawa International is of particular interest in the context of this article because OIAA has what Mr Laroche called a: "research and development partnership" with Searidge, which is also based in the city.
(11.) Emily Abrams Ansari and Jennifer Campbell offer nuanced readings of the circumstances that gave rise to the OIAA and that shaped Copland's engagement with South American cultural diplomacy.
A similar trend was described by anthropologist (diaries Wagley, contracted by the OIAA to oversee the directed migration of nordestinos to the Amazon.
Moreno's claim that the OIAA "revolutionized" Mexico's communications industry is an overstatement that betrays a lack of familiarity with the business of radio.
Nelson Rockefeller's wartime Office of Inter-American Affairs (OIAA) was primarily an economic and propaganda offensive against the Nazis, but it also sincerely argued that Mexican and U.S.