OLDAM

AcronymDefinition
OLDAMOptimization Laboratory for Data Mining (Italy)
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'We are supplying shoes, split-sole boots and tights across Britain including the Nottingham Playhouse, Oldam Colosseum, the Birmingham Rep and the Royal Ballet.
Oldam, Jack 1979 "Social control of voluntary work activity " Sociology of Work and Occupations, 6: 379-403.
William Oldam Clerk, 1506 (WCA Register Wyks, P.59)
BOSTI, 1981; Donald, 1985; Goodrich, 1986; Hedge, 1986; Jockusch, 1982; Louis Harris & Associates, 1978, 1980; Oldam & Brass, 1979), with research tending to be field based and in the main conducted in the fertile ground of open-plan offices.
Haroon Rashid, 31, of Glodwich, Oldam, admitted four frauds and two charges of possessing bogus fuel cards and the van for fraudulent purposes over two days in May, 2012.
Dr Alison Oldam, a psychologist working with children and families based at South Tyneside District Hospital, said: "The programme is about a holistic approach to obesity.
Patient and Donor Affairs Board Representative Paul Oldam, a Status 1 patient on the waiting list, strongly supported the change.
Leaders Birkenhead Youth (Ashley Oldam & Ashley Farragher) shared the spoils with Deeside in a 9-2 encounter that saw Colin Bansaw and Simon Nardo hit the net for Deeside.
WALSALL knocked Oldam off the top of the Second Division with a late winner.
Alison Oldam top-scored with 26 and Ali Tym finished unbeaten on 17 while for Wylam Sheila Carter claimed four wickets for just three runs in five overs.
Bonnie Prince Billy and ex-Palace man Will Oldam is Irish Heartbeat's reason for travelling tonight, but there really is something for everyone.
Oldam, BSS, Vice President, Lauber & Co., Inc.; Secretary - Marc I.