OSULA

AcronymDefinition
OSULAOsaka Sangyo University Los Angeles (Studio City, CA)
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Osula, who holds Irish and Nigerian nationality, claimed staff at HM Revenue and Customs had refused to return his passport after he applied for tax credits.
Osula had a [euro]1.9million lawsuit thrown out of the High Court in Belfast last year after he made unfounded assertions the Taoiseach had been plotting to murder him.
Osula, "A comparative evaluation of cement and lime modification of laterite," Engineering Geology, vol.
Osula and Irvin (2009) mention that in mentoring relationships, both mentors and proteges bring values, perceptions and assumptions that differ culturally and emphasize the importance of cultural awareness of these differences for effective mentoring relationships.
A good Samaritan came to my rescue," said Osula who even managed to get her passport from the Muraqqabat police station in Deira.
Help for Osula poured in after her story was published in Gulf News on January 22.
Kenya scored through captain Oscar Osula midway through the second spell and, with the Kenyan tails up,Lucas Onyango and Ben Nyambu reduced the arrears still further.
It is even more difficult when you play in a niche market like luxury, an industry where Julian Osula has thrived over the past decade.
Her efforts were complemented by Claris Osula who notched in six.
The proceeds will be used in financing part of the construction cost of two new biomass combined-heat-and-power plants (CHP) located in Imavere and Osula, Estonia (the Project).
Dubai: She is six months pregnant, sleeps in a Deira park and begs for a living -- this is how 30-year-old Nigerian Schron Osula has been leading her life for the last five months.
'It is obvious that Holy Aruosa Primary School, Osula Primary School, among others, fell in the third category and required urgent attention.