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O•hře

(ˈɔr ʒə)

n.
a river in central Europe, flowing NE from Germany through the W Czech Republic to the Elbe. 193 mi. (310 km) long. German, Eger.
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On Thursday, at their home course, senior Madeline Ritter and Ohr each fired career-best 43s on the par-36 nine-hole Rob Roy Golf Course in Prospect Heights.
has agreed to merge with New York, US-based clinical-stage pharmaceutical company Ohr Pharmaceutical, Inc.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Label, Mr Lanre Oyegbola, however, hinted that the management and artiste were set to take the industry by storm, just as he noted that OHR was planning a tour of four cities and campuses under a programme tagged: Unbox Tour.
This report provides comprehensive information on the current therapeutic developmental pipeline of Ohr Pharmaceutical Inc.'s, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type.
Ohr's Biloxi Art Pottery used as a starting point traditional ceramic functioning forms, such as: vases, teapots, cups and bowls.
The design concept features earthy colors and textures that enhance custom architectural details, finishes and furniture, imbuing the space with the spirit of Ohr's pinched and twisted pottery.
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the Pods are intended to give the illusion of "dancing with the trees." "Gehry's lack of right angles in many of his designs is evident in the Pods, which are meant to house Ohr's pottery with its typical twists and turns," adds Ross.
Kroner and Sultan (1993) proposed the generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity (GARCH) models to estimate the OHR and this method gained popularity among researchers.
The director for the Chicago region of the NLRB, Peter Ohr, ruled that Northwestern University scholarship football players are employees of the school and should be allowed the right to form the first college sports player's union, the College Athletes Players Association.
Often these pressures have concentrated on the structure and nature of the nursing workforce; how might this workforce be efficiently and effectively developed, organised and managed, to meet upcoming challenges (Xu and He 2012; Smith et al 2011; Ohr et al 2009; Xu 2007).
According to a decision taken by the Peace Implementation Council, which oversees the implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement for Bosnia and Herzegovina, the OHR is supposed to be replaced by the reinforced EUSR, provided the country meets a set of specific conditions ( 5+2').
Although often presented as a peace agreement rather than a framework for the reconstruction of Bosnia, the civilian annexes comprised five-sixths of the Dayton accords and involved a wide range of activities in which international actors, coordinated by the Office of the High Representative (OHR), were mandated to temporarily play key co-ordinating roles (Gow, 1998: 169).