OKSA

AcronymDefinition
OKSAOberlin Korean Students Association (college group)
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Oksa, J., Rintamaki, H., Rissanen, S., Rytky, S., Tolonen, U.
Pilchota and Wolf are at their best in the first volume where the unravelling of Oksa's story is anchored in the real world.
According to the date of European Agency for Safety and Health at Work these results are similar to the cases of NIHL registered in Finland (34.5% at 2009 and 26.5% at 2010 respectively) (Oksa et al.
[23.] Huvinen M., Uitti J., Oksa P., Palmroos P., Laippala P.: Respiratory health effects of long-term exposure to different chromium species in stainless steel production.
Stotz, A., Rapp, K., Oksa, J., Skelton, D.A., Beyer, N., Klenk, J., ...
(10.) Kotronen A, Yki-Jarvinen H, Mannisto S, Saarikoski L, Korpi-Hyovalti E, Oksa H, et al.
BY AMYSMITH AGE12 Oksa Pollock: The Last Hope by Cendrine Wolf and W Anne Plichota This is the first book in a series that has the potential to be the next Harry Potter.
9-12 Years Oksa Pollock by Anne Plichota & Cendrine Wolf Oksa Pollock is just anormal thirteenyear-old girl, moving with her family from her home in Paris to anew life in London-Oksa Pollock is just a normal thirteenyear-old girl, moving with her family from her home in Paris to anew life in Londonnew friends, a new school and new adventures.
The case study concerning transfer of material technology concept 'KBS3' from Sweden to Finland was summarised in the working paper prepared within the project of the Seventh Framework programme of the Euratom acronymed InSOTEC (Kojo, Oksa, 2014).
Kukkonen, M.S., Hamalainen, S., Kaleva, S., Vehmas, T., Huuskonen, M., Oksa, P., Vainio, H., Piirila, P., & Hirvonen, A.