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UNIX

Informatics A versatile, non-proprietary open operating system, which is the industry standard for mainframes, work stations and servers on the Internet, written in C programming language. See OS X. Cf MacOS, Windows.
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It is, however, OSU's impressive record regarding the recruitment and retention of Black males that has distinguished the university from some of its peers.
MANAGEABLE DEBT BURDEN: OSU's pro forma debt burden is moderate at 6.0% and remains manageable comparable to peer institutions.
OSU didn't use tuition dollars or money provided by the state, Clark said.
But when he was sentenced the judge said: "He was not acting on his own over some private grievance with Jason Osu.
Silver Star reportedly was the first to propose the concept to OSU, having established a similar agreement with USC.
The OSU System has five campuses, including OSU-Stillwater, OSU-Tulsa, OSU-Oklahoma City, OSU-Okmulgee and the OSU Center for Health Sciences, with a total enrollment of about 32,654 students.
Academy students who have completed Northern Oklahoma College and academy associate degree requirements can take advantage of this 2-plus-2 program, which is a transfer agreement that allows students to enroll in an appropriate OSU bachelor's degree programs.
"There are several factors that determine how much cars and trucks pollute, and vehicle make is one of the more significant," said OSU professor of city and regional planning and study co-author Jean-Michel Guldmann.
During a recent community needs assessment, sponsored by the Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service, three strategic directions were identified:
Approximately 50 OSU researchers and staff members are available to help members of Oregon's wine industry with information about everything from growing grapes to marketing.
Oregon State University (OSU) researchers recently announced they have successfully harnessed the power-producing decomposition activity from plankton taken from the upper water column of the ocean.