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moa

a large, extinct, flightless bird of New Zealand, up to 3 m in height, that became extinct in historical times. Eggs are still found preserved in boggy conditions.
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The MOA is part of the DOJ-OOC's advocacy to empower the youth in addressing the challenges presented by cybercrimes.
The center dot is 2 MOA and represents a 50-meter zero, while the three other dots are 4.
The dials provide 10 MOA per revolution and the scope has the excellent Zerostop feature.
Previously known as Jamaat ul-Fuqra, MOA refers to its compounds as "Islamic villages," with its headquarters in New York known as "Islamberg.
25 MOA ELEVATION ADJUSTMENT RANGE 42 MOA WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT RANGE 42 MOA LENGTH 13 in.
As the Moa facility is barely breaking even this year, the $65 million, 2,000-ton/day acid plant will eliminate the need to buy sulfuric acid, reducing nickel production cost by 20%, the Toronto-based company predicted in its third-quarter report.
If you think that the moa can be reasonably compared to the ostrich, a flightless bird that moves rapidly through open spaces, then you will be challenged by recent discoveries.
Botham agreed to go into bat for Moa Brewing after trying Moa beer while in New Zealand to commentate on the English cricket tour earlier this year, Stuff.
Exceptionally rare is one of our mottos," says Moa Brewing Company founder Josh Scott, "but the new Moa Decade Saison is more than rare.
To prevent the disease from spreading, local authorities have sealed off and sterilized the infected area, where 239 heads of cattle have been culled and safely disposed of, according to the MOA.
And Sydney Roosters-bound Moa admits he's devastated not to be pulling on a black-andwhite jersey again.
The National Foot-and-Mouth Disease Reference Laboratory on Thursday confirmed that the livestock were infected with type O foot-and-mouth disease after testing samples collected at the farm, the MOA said.