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OLLAOnly Lovers Left Alive (film)
OLLAOur Lady of Lourdes Academy (Miami, Florida)
OLLAOrganic LEDs for ICT and Lighting Applications (Europe)
OLLAOffice of Lend-Lease Administration (US circa WWII)
OLLAOakland Livingston Legal Aid
OLLAOtter Lake Landowners Association (Ontario, Canada)
OLLAOn-Line Literacy Activities
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Olla Childrenswear, which is also based in St Helens specialises in Spanish clothing, stocking designs similar to what Prince George is often spotted wearing.
People are learning that ollas are easy to install.
Se tomara como objeto de estudio un lugar -que es al mismo tiempo una red de relaciones por dentro y por fuera del mismo- en el que converge la ciudad legal y la ciudad ilegal: la coloquialmente denominada "olla".
With the majority of sales agents now requiring digital copies, Olla thinks that the mentality of the European industry has finally shifted.
"Woven Olla" marks the library entry as a gathering place and is an analogy for the library as a container of knowledge.
This is 40 percent better than the OLLA result, and nearly five times better than the typical incandescent bulb.