OLCA


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OLCAObservatorio Latinoamericano de Conflictos Ambientales (Spanish: Center for Latin American Environmental Conflicts; Chile)
OLCAOhio Lawn Care Association (Zanesville, OH)
OLCAOhio Lactation Consultant Association
OLCAOffice of Legislative and Congressional Affairs
OLCAOntario Lottery Corporation Act
OLCAOrchidland Community Association, Inc.
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[19] Varias publicaciones de investigaciones, con base en estudios de casos pueden consultarse en el Observatorio Latinoamericano de Conflictos Ambientales (OLCA), disponible en http://olca.cl/articulo/nota.php?id=2597.
De Claro triggered OLCA's 8-0 run, allowing his team to pull away from a tight 59-58 lead early in the fourth.
Ishida, "The combination of OLmesartan and a CAlcium channel blocker (azelnidipine) or candesartan and a calcium channel blocker (amlodipine) in type 2 diabetic hypertensive patients: the OLCA study," Diabetes and Vascular Disease Research, vol.
Ese limite estaba definido por "la quebrada y el rio Loa hasta el pueblo de Quillagua inclusive, y desde ese punto una linea que, tocando en los volcanes Mino, Olca y volcan Tua, llegue hasta la frontera boliviana" (Riso Patron 1910:5).
OLCA (Latin American Observatory of Environmental Conflict) www.olca.cl (Spanish)
Lucio Cuenca, representative of the Latin American Observatory of Environmental Conflicts (OLCA), concurs: "The only relevant event that has occurred on the Cruces River in the last year that could explain such a drastic change in the ecosystem is that the Celulosa Aranco pulp mill has begun its operations and is dumping its liquid industrial waste there."
(16) 'Peace for me is that kind of tranquillity that comes from within the person, that comes from inside' (Olca, 2003).
The Department of Education's Office of Legislation and Congressional Affairs (OLCA) is responsible for coordinating all legislative outreach and strategy with the Congress.
Congress and the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of the Inspector General (OIG) also took notice of the growth (OLCA, 1993).
But Alan Johnson, president of OLCA and a political reporter for the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch, denied the ouster was based on the correspondents, altemative connections.