OSKAOlson Sundberg Kundig Allen (Seattle, WA architectual firm)
OSKAOrkney Sea Kayaking Association (UK)
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Hari Prasad Patnayak, Secretary, OSKA, lauded the performance of the players from the state in the tournament and said the gold medalists would now participate in the international competition.
Leo sadly only lived for a few hours, but his courage, fight - and the subsequent journey Lottie went on with Oska and his older brother Dax - inspired her to found a charity in his name to help other families going through a neonatal journey.
"Chronic pain disrupts the lives of over 100 million Americans daily and is the leading cause of long-term disability in the U.S., affecting more people than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined," said Oska Wellness founder Greg Houlgate.
Autograph blouse from M&S, PS4.95, Black Oska skirt, PS6.95, from Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland
Oska said that the device is designed to help reduce muscle stiffness, temporarily relieve minor pain and increase mobility for more than 100m Americans who suffer from chronic pain.
Tegelikult kujunes isamaa moiste oma sumboolsetes ja metafoorsetes kujundites valja eelkoige saksa Heimatdichtung'i mojul ning Eesti ajakirjandus kritiseeris valjarandajaid just seda isamaa moistet appi vottes: kodumaa on puha, valjarandaja on reetur, kes ei oska voi ei taha selle puhadust hinnata.
Offered by OSKA Travel in the trade name of TOPSKISWISS.COM, the first flight is scheduled for Saturday January 17, 2015 with six weekly departures running through to February 21, 2015 including a direct charter to Berne Airport in Switzerland, the gateway to the Swiss Alps mountain ranges.
Six–week–old cubs Emma, Oska, and Ron were taken to a wildlife sanctuary.
Princess Natoree is the beloved royal daughter of Queen Emma and King Oska of the kingdom of Naja.
JCAS Symposium Series 16, Oska: Japan Centre for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology.