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O'Har•a

(oʊˈhɛər ə, oʊˈhær ə)

n.
John (Henry), 1905–70, U.S. author.
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Program chair and moderator is Mart Tisdal of the law firm Tisdal & OHara.
Lake Zurich Allison OHara 641 (235), Lamb 534 (194), Vitale 516 (232), Lauren OHara 483 (169), Skoby 452 (171), Boege 417 (149).
A two-time British champion, a Commonwealth champion and world title challenger, the 34-year-old stepped out of the ring after being stopped by Ohara Davies at the O2 Arena in London back in March and said that enough was enough.
There was a lot of talk of us fighting around the time of the Ohara Davies bout and I felt it would have been a good match for Scotland because we could have sold out any arena.
JOSH TAYLOR vowed to make Ohara Davies show "his true colours" after the Londoner refused to take the bait at a press conference in Glasgow.
Commonwealth superlightweight champion Josh Taylor and Ohara Davies will finally meet in the ring in Glasgow after trading insults on social media for months.
One such industrialist was Magosaburo Ohara (1880-1943) from Kurashiki who founded the Ohara Museum of Art there based largely on his own collection.
This compact 70-mm f/6 triplet uses an Ohara FPL53 ED element combined with broadband coatings to achieve high-contrast views free from color fringing.
Jim Ohara ATHE wall must get a soaking during winter.
The appellate courts Ninth Division declared "null and void" the proceedings that a DOJ fact-finding panel conducted against Gatdula in December 2011 in connection with the abduction of a Japanese woman, Noriyo Ohara.