VOA

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AcronymDefinition
VOAVoice Of America
VOAValuation Office Agency (UK)
VOAVisa on Arrival (various locations)
VOAVolunteers of America
VOAVeil of Alaris (EverQuest)
VOAViolence of Action (airsoft military simulation team)
VOAVoice over Atm
VOAVersant Open Access
VOAVideo over Atm
VOAVanatec Open Access
VOAVariable Optical Attenuator
VOAVoice of Africa
VOAVirginia Oncology Associates (Norfolk, VA)
VOAVault of Archavon (World of Warcraft; gaming)
VOAVolatile Organic Analysis
VOAVolatile Organic Analyzer
VOAVibrational Optical Activity
VOAVictorian Orienteering Association (Victoria, Australia)
VOAVirgin Oil Analysis
VOAVariable Optical Amplifier
VOAVehicle Occupant Accommodation
VOAVolatile Organic Aromatic Compound
VOAVerzetskruis Oost-Azië (Dutch)
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Bashir would, however, appear to be a poor candidate as the face and voice of Africa's future ambitious endeavors.
The language of the text is also powerful as it captures the voice of Africa. Working with some English teachers we used the 'Reader's Theatre' approach, involving turning a text into a script for dramatic reading, to listen more closely to that voice as we read the chapter where the children enter the house where their mother works as a maid.
To begin with, there's Voice of Africa Radio, a formerly religious oriented station, but now too much commercial.
Hong also urged "those countries that actually possess vast land" to "listen to the voice of Africa and take concrete measures" and take steps to ensure long-term food security in Africa.
Additionally, Turkey will always continue to be the voice of Africa in all international forums, including the G-20, as it was the case during our temporary membership of the UN Security Council in 2009-2010.
The upper riparian countries, particularly Ethiopia, are neither deterred by the "stick" nor interested in the "carrot." Ethiopia's prime minister, Meles Zenawi, is now, as one reputable newspaper labeled him, a "donors' darling." He is becoming the "voice of Africa" in the G-8, G-20, Climate Change and other international development forums.
Sine then, the choir has gained a reputation for being the voice of Africa and has performed in numerous venues across the world.
In addition to being a sounding board for the continent's leaders, it provides a forum for solving problems that affect us all and serves as the voice of Africa internationally."
Makeba was best known to her fans as "Mama Africa" as she became the distinguished voice of Africa and a symbol of the fight against apartheid in her home country.
Headliner this time is the "Golden Voice of Africa" and one of the continent's true superstars, Salif Keita, from Mali.
Here, and in Keskidee, (8) a parallel magazine devoted to black music, he demonstrated his eclecticism, which was manifested in an enthusiasm for authentic performance from many parts of the world, including the blues of the American south, the emerging voice of Africa, and 'at home' the carol singing traditions of South Yorkshire.