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OUDOffice of Urban Development (various locations)
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However, these studies did not focus specifically on treatment availability among Medicaid enrollees or focus specifically on access to OUD treatment.
OUD is one of the companies that was originally founded by Oriental Weavers Group in 1994.
Herman received his first Michelin star in 1995 and four years later Oud Sluis doubled its star count.
B&M's candles come in Raspberry and Oud or Cedar and Plum fragrances
The Urban Institute says larger increases in Medicaid spending likely will be needed to meet future demand for OUD treatment, and that with current levels of treatment already not meeting today's demand, decreasing treatment and access to overdose-reversal medications could further increase mortality rates, particularly in states with already-high rates.
BEIRUT: Khyam Allami is best known as an oud player and percussionist, whose work, whether solo or ensemble, gestures to Arabic classical tradition while embracing the contemporary.
Myrrh and Tonka pairs the rich, potent sap of the Namibian myrrh tree with warm almond and vanilla; Orris and Sandalwood combines the root of the Iris Pallida with sandalwood; Tuberose Angelica has the scent of white florals and amber wood; and Velvet Rose and Oud is rich, smoky and spiked with clove.
The Solo Music Institute in Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) has started conducting oud classes as part of its effort to keep the Middle Eastern music and art alive.
I have known oud for as long as I can remember; it has been present in almost every aspect of my life.
Thethree-lane bridge extends 700 meters from Oud Metha Road (near Latifa Hospital) in the direction of the Sheikh Rashid Road, and from there to the Sheikh Zayed Road and Al Saada Road (the bridge leading to the Dubai World Trade Centre).
Summary: The bridge stretches 700m from Oud Metha Rd to Shaikh Rashid Road and has a capacity to handle 3,300 vehicles per hour
They include Rami Khalife's 'Stories' for piano and orchestra, and Marcel Khalife's third concerto for oud.