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OST

(in the US) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Office of Science and Technology
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He is captain in your Garde Ecossais, and my 'ost told me
I have, indeed, alm ost a fellow-feeling for them; being that next worst thing myself to a deformity--a plain woman.
Nevertheless, the two-time All-American surpassed the 2:12.28 OST in the event, inching toward the 2:08.43 Olympic Qualifying Time.
Rule's time of 2:11.38 in the women's 200m butterfly on Wednesday surpassed the OST of 2:12.28.
Under this agreement, BillerudKorsnas will sell 89.9% of Bergvik Skog Ost AB for a price corresponding to an enterprise value of SEK12.2bn on a debt free basis.
Directed by French maestro Flavian Boy, the OST accompanied by the Tunis Opera Ballet has specially offered a sound and visual journey in the world of Russian Sergei Prokofiev and his masterpiece composed from the eponymous play of English playwright William Shakespeare.
For this reason, minor and major complication rates of OST and PDT in intubated critically ill patients were evaluated.
"Our GovCon Incubator is all about giving voice to small businesses where it comes to winning government contracts, and the SBIR Proposal Lab is in line with our mission - and sharply focused on disadvantaged businesses that normally don't get as many chances to play in the R&D arena," explained Olessia Smotrova, President and CEO of OST Global Solutions, Inc.
Despite the increasing need and inclusion in the SA National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs (2017-2021), [7] none of the medications suitable for OST are listed on the Essential Drugs List (EDL) for maintenance prescribing.
It is the first Ittehad Ramazan OST to be released.