OUB

AcronymDefinition
OUBOverseas Union Bank (Singapore)
OUBOffshore Petroleum Discharge System (OPDS) Utility Boat (US DoD)
OUBOffice of Undergraduate Biology (Cornell University)
OUBOpportunities Unlimited for the Blind (est. 1994; Michigan)
OUBOffentlig Utvalg for Blindeskrift (Norwegian: Public Selection of Braille; Oslo, Norway)
OUBOPDS Utility Boat
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Thus OCBC, OUB, and DBS were constrained in their expansion.
In Brazil, CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of the Higher Level Personnel) promotes funding opportunities such as the Pro-Institutional Equipment/CAPES, Equipment System/OUB, and Pro-System Equipment/OUB, which provided more than nine million (US$) in 2010 to purchase equipment for OUB (CAPES, 2010).
Figure 1 shows the CoC, which indicates three attitudes that characterize behaviors: the virtuous, the OUB (ordinary unethical behavior) (3) and the egoist along with three complementary stages (acts of omission, acts of administrative commission, and acts of criminal commission) that make up the continuum.
El Center OUB esta compuesto de dos estructuras triangulares, cuya apariencia varia tambien con arreglo al punto de vista, lo que, junto a su fragmentacion, sugiere el crecimiento y el cambio.
GENNA GIBSON, Researcher, Castaway 2, Lion TV, 26 Paddenswick Road, London W6 OUB
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WENDY REDFERN, nee Craggs, 1 Kendal Drive, East Boldon NE36 OUB Tel.
(The United Overseas Bank (UOB), the Over seas Union Bank (OUB), the Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation, and the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) were classified as the four largest banks in Singapore.
OUB Manulife, a joint venture between Manulife Financial Corp.
DBS GROUP READY TO TAKE OVER OUB. The DBS Group of Singapore plans to take over the UNion Bank, the smallest bank among four largest banks in that country at a price of Sins 9.44 billion (US$ 5.19 billion).
A rival contender has emerged to challenge Singapore's largest bank, the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS), in the race to acquire Overseas Union Bank (OUB), the nation's fourth biggest bank.