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OSEOslo Stock Exchange (Norway)
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OSEOrder of the Star in the East (India)
OSEObservatoire Social Européen (French: European Social Observatory; Belgium)
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OSEOffice of Student Employment (various locations)
OSEOffice of Structural Engineering (Ohio)
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OSEOil Sands Exploration
OSEOffice of the State Employer (Michigan)
OSEOrganismós Sidirodrómon Elládos (Hellenic Railways Organisation)
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OSEOn-Site Environmental, Inc. (Puerto Rico)
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OSEOcean Science and Engineering, Inc.
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CONADAV, which was established by the Federacion de Funcionarios de Obras Sanitarias del Estado (FFOSE), the union of state water utility employees, consists of the PIT-CNT trade union, about 30 nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), the leftist Encuentro Progresista-Frente Amplia (EP-FA), and political and social leaders of various stripes.