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oja

(o´jah) in ayurveda, the imprint of self in the physical body, which arises from the strength of the metabolism and balance a body maintains in knowing itself, thus governing the immune system
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Oj[sz] de cabeca Tie (Yoruba) + of + head (Portuguese) = head tie Oja de peito Tie (Yoruba) + of + chest (Portuguese) = chest tie (waist tie) Partir o obi Divide the (Portuguese) + colanut (Yoruba) = separate the colanut (and use it to pray) Partir o orobf Divide the (Portuguese) + bitter nut (Yoruba) = separate the orobo (and pray with it) Mae keji Mother (Portuguese) + second, two (Yoruba) = second mother, deputy.
But a City tycoon might go for R1 SKY or a wine lover may buy R1 OJA and R1 NGO is perfect for ex-Beatle Mr Starr.
I told him I was a major contributor to a charity called OJA.
The Forest Service fielded Warren Oja, a former gyppo logger now working for the Chugach National Forest, as project leader, and Gene Lassard, a pest-management pro.
Robert Oja, chief regulatory officer for the Corps of Engineers' Alaska district, calls the agreement 'a one-of-a-kind sort of thing.
The duties delegated to the OJA by the Supreme Court include but are not limited to: fiscal operations; personnel management; education and training; municipal judge support; assistance to the trial courts; compilation and assessment of caseload information; permanency planning; child support enforcement activities; monitoring alcohol and drug safety action funds; alternate dispute resolution; and court improvement programs.
Writer-Director, Paul Oja describes it as, “a modern, gritty, A Christmas Carol - on crack
Croatian actress Oja Kodar, who was 26 years his junior, became his partner for the final 24 years of his life but he never divorced Mori and often returned to her.
Awad bin Said Baquawir, chairman of OJA, said, "Based on our association's belief in the importance of the role of media correspondents and as a show of appreciation, OJA decided it was important to organise a meeting for them with the minister of information.
Due to key acquisitions made in 2009 and 2011, we believe 2013 will be a better year for BBT than for most of its regional bank peers," said Erik Oja, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ.
Guest edited by Sarah Adams (Harvard University), this issue grew out of an ethnographic research seminar at Harvard taught by Professors Carol Oja, and Kay Shelemay, and a symposium and website project focusing on Bernstein's Boston years.