OAO

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AcronymDefinition
OAOOffice of Advocacy and Outreach (USDA)
OAOOffice of Administrative Operations (US DOC)
OAOOwned and Operated
OAOOrbiting Astronomical Observatory
OAOOver and Out
OAOOne And Only
OAOOverall Opinion (marketing)
OAOOntario Association of Orthodontists
OAOOntario Association of Optometrists
OAOOpticians Association of Ohio
OAOOregon Academy of Ophthalmology
OAOOrthogonalized Atomic Orbital
OAOOffice of Appellate Operations (US Social Security Administration)
OAOOtkrytoe Aktsionernoe Obschestvo (Russian: Open Joint Stock Corporation)
OAOOrbital Analysis Officer
OAOOne Among Others
OAOOther Authorised Operator (telecommunications)
OAOObjective Area Officer
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The name of Gamal Mubarak is one among others to contest the coming presidential election in 2011 as the conditions established by the law apply to him as well as others," the ruling party's media head, Ali El Din Hillal, told Reuters.
Belief in God is no longer axiomatic, in Taylor's view, and believers now have to think reflexively of their position as one among others, which, like them, needs justification.
The 11 points of Dharma Raksha Manch include construction of Lord Ram temple in Ayodhya, saving cows and rivers like Ganga that have religious significance, a common civil code and considering India as a spiritual leader and not a secular one among others.
From August 18 to 20 the park will host the folk festival which will see Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, King Creosote, James Yorkston, and Culprit One among others playing.
The novelist and art historian Anita Brookner was one of his Courtauld fans, only to discover that she had been one among others manipulated by him without her knowledge to deliver a message to a KGB agent.
We were imagining shows we'd like to do and we came up with this one among others," says Stewart.
Pennekamp [who suffered an ultimately career-ending injury in the 1995 running] was one among others.
However, this model would not be a church but a way of structuring ecumenical relationships, such that the papacy remains as it is and the Roman Catholic Church is one among others that may choose to participate in these ecumenical relationships.