ÖH

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AcronymDefinition
ÖHÖsterreichische Hochschülerschaft (Austrian Student's Union)
ÖHÖver Havet (Swedish: Over the Sea)
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The numbers illustrate that sustainable management in out-of-house catering (e.
But if you feel like pushing the boat out, you can hire a private room and enjoy a bespoke meal cooked by an out-of-house catering company.
We have solutions to work with customers in both the in-house and out-of-house environment.
But a combination of business model and (for two decades) regulation kept most entertainment production out-of-house at the three older networks.
Earlier this fall, the city began exploring the possibility of going out-of-house for custodians by inviting contract proposals from "qualified rehabilitation centers" - contractors whose for-hire employees include at least a third with disabilities.
Going to museums is the greatest out-of-house activity in the world," Wacker explains.
But more than half of the spending this fiscal year has gone to attorney fees, and of the $344,344 requested, $90,000 is recommended for attorney Katherine Stone, $15,000 for out-of-house City Attorney Charles Vose and $35,000 for legal services on traffic and air issues, staff said.
Until now all three funds have been managed out-of-house.
But before taking logistics out-of-house, companies must select the right 3PL provider based on specific goals and objectives, a potentially daunting task given the number of logistics providers from which to choose.
In Spring 1992, the cross-sectional comparison samples consisted of 227 in-house and 93 out-of-house nonintervention youth.
The internal team typically works with an out-of-house team, which includes the real estate broker and other consultants.
The only team she does not go out-of-house to secure is her marketing and sales force and market research department of 56 highly skilled women.