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OST

(in the US) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Office of Science and Technology
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In a letter addressed to Clifton Seagroves, Director of Foreign Missions at the State Department, the Sikhs for Justice (SfJ) said that Consul General Sandeep Chakravorty had tried to persuade State Senator Catherine Osten, who sponsored the resolution for the day, to withdraw her support to the move, thus violating the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations forbidding diplomats from interfering in the internal affairs of host country.
Speakers include Mr Osten Olorunsola, Chairman, Energy Institute Nigeria; Louis Kingham, CEO Energy Institute; Prof.
The 'Ferner Osten' variety has silky purple heads which fade to silver - I have a row planted and it's so bushy that it acts as a kind of hedge.
Apart from the 1982 Filipino film, other screen treasures included in the lineup are: Chen Kaige's 'Yellow Earth' (1984, China), Yasujiro Ozu's 'Tokyo Story' (1953, Japan), Fruit Chan's 'Made in Hong Kong' (1997, Hong Kong), Yu Hyun-mok's 'Aimless Bullet' (1961, South Korea), Franz Osten's 'Shiraz: A Romance of India' (1928, United Kingdom), Juzo Itami's 'Tampopo' (1985, Japan), R.
The Heart of What Was Lost provides a powerful story of Osten Ard, begins where its predecessor concluded, and offers the first novel in the sequel series which carries the story to new realms.
Henle's Urtext edition of Robert Schumann's set of four-hand piano pieces titled Bilder aus dem Osten, Op.
Surely the catalogue, featuring contributions from the curator, Marion von Osten, Turkish sociologist Meltem Ahiska, and the artist will take on these very issues.
They're used to doing their jobs."--Neal Osten on legislators' frustration with Congress, in The Washington Post.
Eupeodes corollae Fabricius and Eupeodes latifasciatus Macquart are the members of aphidophagus genus Eupeodes Osten Sacken belongs to order Diptera.
Mulay makes a chronological leap backward to discuss the Indian films of German director Franz Osten, whose Die Leuchte Asiens (The Light of Asia, 1925), Das Grabmal einer grossen Liebe (Tomb of Great Love, 1928), and Prapancha Pash (Throw of the Dice, 1929), though largely forgotten today, helped establish Indian cinema.