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However, after analysing the teachings of Leibniz on the subject of substance, Osis rejected his insights.
Russian and Latvian historians of philosophy tend to refer to Osis as a representative of the Tartu school of personalism.
Simply run some OSiS SoftN' Straight through limp locks, brush through and secure at the nape of the neck with a sparkly diamante hair band.
Go over dry hair with a quick blast of hot air and use a bristle brush to smooth and add OSiS Dust It for texture.
Block & Leviton's investigation seeks to determine, among other things, whether OSI Systems or its officers and directors have violated the federal securities laws.
The OSIS Homepage provides links to unique government sites that are accessible only through the OSIS network, such as the World Basic Information Library (WBIL), which contains basic and background information on 140 countries, the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) and the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC).
Unlike OSIS, this site acts more as a gateway to informational type services that one would normally associate with that of a library, and is accessible directly from the Internet.
We are excited to have been selected by OSIS as the student information system provider for Oregon," says Robert Weathers, Founder and CEO of Edupoint.
OSIS participating companies: AOL Google Nulli Secundus ATE Software IBM ooTao CA JanRain Oracle Cordance LinkSafe Orange Fraunhofer FOKUS Microsoft Parity FuGen Solutions NetMesh Ping Identity Fun Communications Novell Plaxo Siemens Thinktecture Vidoop SixApart ThoughtWorks WSO2 Sun Microsystems TrustBearer Labs Yahoo
OSIS is updated three times a year, and to keep their enterprises current, customers may receive upgrades to the Internet software package by purchasing a service contract at a cost of U.
The investigation concerns whether OSI and certain of its officers and/or directors have violated Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
On December 9, 2013, OSI acknowledged that the cancellation was likely due to the Company's use of a Chinese-made component in the equipment; OSI says use of the component violated its contract because the Company did not obtain approval for the component before its usage.