OWUOhio Wesleyan University (Delaware, Ohio)
OWUOklahoma Wesleyan University (Bartlesville, Oklahoma)
OWUOur World Underwater
OWUOpen Window Unit (sound; construction)
OWUOffice of War Utilities (US Navy)
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A week later, it was announced that both Presser and Lizzie Boynton had resigned their positions at OWU. They were replaced by organist Jesse W.
Osofisan sets his version after the 1821 conquest of Owu, in modern day Nigeria, but the play's language is laced with satirical references to the 2003 Iraq invasion.
A possible explanation lies in their belief system that centres on the idea that the owu, the water spirits, bring benefits.
The Owu who were closely related to the Egba were their neighbours at the Orile Egba.
Oman Weather Updates (OWU), an independent group on Facebook that spreads awareness about Oman's climatic conditions reported that roads were also blocked on Baushar and Amarat areas after rocks fell on roads from nearby mountains.
Traditions Performance Firearms has received a support award from Outdoor Women United (OWU), a non-profit organization.
One such celebrated potter and clay sculptor, Madam Abena Owu (1866-1956), supplied figures to royal houses in Agona, Akyem, and Asante.
The high number of Yoruba slaves is framed as a result of the collapse of Oyo, due to the Muslim uprising (1817) and the Owu War (c.
Nigerian playwright Femi Osofisan's Women of Owu; an adaptation by
Zamalek strike Junior Agogo, Harras Hodoud defender William Mensah and Masri keeper George Owu were all named among Ghana's 20-men squad by Rajevac.
COACH: You were a three-year starter at OWU and were the captain in 1982, leading the Battling Bishops to the NCAA Division III tournament semifinals.