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OSCAR

Medspeak-US
Medicare Online Survey Certification & Reporting System. A national database used to maintain and retrieve survey and certification data for certified providers and those approved to participate in Medicare, Medicaid, and CLIA.
 
Orthopaedics
OSCAR—Ultrasonic system for removal of bone cement during hip revisions.
 
Nutrition
Olive oil, Safflower oil, Canola oil & Rapeseed oil dietary study.
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In a welcome throwback to the old-school Oscars, the Academy aired a full 20-second film clip for each of the acting nominees.
Since the red carpet fashion and awards receive a majority of the attention when it comes to Oscar coverage, it's easy to look past details you may need to know before watching the program.
Hollywood lore has it that the Academy Award was nicknamed Oscar after Academy librarian Margaret Herrick - who eventually became executive director - saw the trophy for the first time and thought it looked like her uncle Oscar.
Bungles include a retreat in September over a proposed new "popular film" category, the withdrawal in December of Oscars host Kevin Hart because of past homophobic tweets, and an accusation in January by the US actors union that the academy was pressuring celebrities not to appear or present at award ceremonies other than the Oscars.The Oscars are the last in a long Hollywood season that sees award shows and celebrity-packed red carpets every week over two months.
Nowadays, the Oscars are a set of 24 awards for artistic and technical merit in the American film industry, to recognise excellence as assessed by the Academy's voting membership.
Panostaja Oyj (HEL: PNA1V), an investment company developing Finnish SMEs in the role of an active majority shareholder, announced on Tuesday the signing of an agreement for acquiring the share capital of Oscar Software Group Oy (Oscar).
This is the first oscar nomination and win for the actor.
The three awards have agreed 10 times since 2000, and come up with the same pick as the Oscars eight times.
At the 69th Oscars Madonna's film Evita was nominated for was nominated in five categories, and went on to win Best Original Song for You Must Love Me.
Tom McCarthy's film "Spotlight" won the best picture award at the 2016 Oscars race.
Which brings us back to Oscar's face-lift--or, rather, his most recent face-lift.
"The Revenant" with 12 nominations, and "Mad Max: Fury Road" with 10, rang up the largest number of Oscar notices this year, largely due to success across the Academy's various artisan categories.