OKLOakville (Amtrak station code; Oakville, Canada)
OKLOtto Kuhlmann Langelsheim (automotive parts; Germany)
OKLOberkommando der Luftwaffe (High Command of the German Air Force, WWII)
OKLOpen Kernel Labs (Australian software company)
OKLOtava-Kuvalehdet Oy (Finnish Publishing Company; Helsinki, Finland)
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The researchers study risk-taking by pilots by measuring the probability that they are no longer mentioned in the OKL reports, almost always a sign that they had perished or been injured.
This is the expertise OKL brings to Union, N.J., the big gaping hole in the parent company's assortment.
Saint Francis Hosp., Inc., 741 P.2d 467 (Okl. 1987); Joshi v.
Chemicals carrier Oriental Okl is due to arrive at Port Qasim on same day, while another chemicals carrier Indradi is due to arrive Port Qasim on Saturday.
[section] 2-A:84A-32.4), New York (NY CLS Exec [section] 642-a, NY CLS CPL [section] 65.20), Oklahoma (12 Okl. St.
[Note: statute calls for 30 days, administrative code calls for 20 business days.] 36 Okl.St.
[section][section] 1333.61 to 1333.69 (1994); OKL. ST.
Stelera Wireless, Oklahoma City, Okl., a privately-held company specializing in wireless broadband services has received $35 million from the Department of Agriculture in the form of a low interest loan.
Wage growth, he stressed on a later occasion, was only a symptom of inflation: "It isn't the wet street that caused the rain" (OKL, 05/19/81).
Luftwaffe intelligence (OKL Ic) remained the primary authority for the collection and dissemination of information associated with Allied aircraft, and this included the Eureka-Rebecca system.