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Oe

abbr.
oersted

OE

abbr.
1. Football offensive end
2. Old English

Oe

symbol for
(Units) oersted

OE

abbreviation for
(Languages) Old English (language)

(ˈaʊi)
n
(Biography) Kenzaburo (kɛnzəˈbʊrəʊ). born 1935, Japanese novelist and writer; his books include The Catch (1958), A Personal Matter (1964), and Silent Cry (1989): Nobel prize for literature 1994

O•e

(ˈoʊ eɪ)
n.
Kenzaburo, born 1935, Japanese novelist: Nobel prize 1994.

OE

or O.E.,

Old English.

Oe

oersted.
Translations
óangol
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Established by entrepreneur, Richard Upshall in 2006, the company, which forms part of OES Oilfield Services Group that was founded in the Arabian Gulf in 1996, has experienced a great deal of success on North Sea projects and the Group now employs approximately 100 UK-based inspectors as well as an additional 15 staff at its Stockton office and three more operating in Aberdeen.
The Oxford Instruments line of OES systems includes both stationary (Foundry Master series) and portable (PMI Master series) options.
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OES will present Midea's selective range of appliances as the authorized distrib utor for the company.
Leading this group of 65 employees is OES veteran Deputy Assistant Secretary Daniel Reifsnyder, who has served in all three OES directorates in his 20-plus-year Department career.
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