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OLSTOriginal London Sightseeing Tour (UK)
OLSTOutdoor Leader Skills Training (Boy Scouts of America)
OLSTOregon Life Safety Team (Office of State Fire Marshal)
OLSTOne-Legged Stance Test (balance performance)
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Yet since the appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa as president, van Olst says an overdue but welcome revival in consumer confidence is underway.
Power always affects us --we lose a day's sales with three to four hours' power outage," says van Olst.
LTA board member Tom Olst, squirming in his chair and looking at his shoes, mimics what he calls the "application shuffle." Clise and Welsh recall a student whose mother called to say he would be absent--a move that they, as employers, found ridiculous.
These populations were (number of flowering individuals in 1988 between brackets) Kwartierse dijk (35), Ruitenberg (90), Terwolde ([approximately equal to] 200), Bemelerberg ([approximately equal to] 300), Olst ([approximately equal to] 50,000), and Wrakelberg ([approximately equal to] 100,000).
Transplantation of abalones, Haliotis spp., to better habitats for growth dates to the 19th century (Ino, 1966), and lobster, Homarus spp., juveniles were cultured for release on fishing grounds as early as the 1880's (Van Olst et al., 1980).
Lobsters can have an upper lethal temperature as great as 30[degrees]C (van Olst et al.
Lobster growth in a nursery cage may be limited by the size of the flow-through container, as it is in static, indoor systems (Van Olst & Carlberg 1978).
Animals generally responded to an increase in container size with significant increases in mean CL or wet mass similar to that observed by Van Olst and Carlberg (1978) and Aiken and Waddy (1978) in the laboratory with cultured juveniles of H.
System water quality parameters (ammonia, pH, and dissolved oxygen) were monitored daily and all parameters were maintained within acceptable limits for Homarus americanus (Van Olst et al.