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Ono

(ō`nō), in the Bible, town, W central ancient Palestine, the modern Qiryat Ono, Israel, E of Tel Aviv.
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They believe that Ono can make it to the Summer Olympics in Tokyo 2020 as well.
Sharing a photo of the pair with Patti and Jesse Smith at the event, he wrote: "Proudest day of my life: The National Music Publishers Association just gave the centennial (song of the century) Yoko Ono award to Imagine, but WAIT
Ono first announced her intention of amassing a sculpture in the area more than a year ago, although not much information was revealed following the announcement, (http://www.
Christian Homsy, said: "We are very pleased to collaborate with ONO and to activate the development of our NKR-2 T-cell allogeneic platform in Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
In a new interview, Ono said: "The story I was told was a very explicit story, and from that I think they didn't have it [sex].
Biesenbach observes that Ono is not always present at her performances.
At these events, attendees gathered at sunrise and Ono sold artworks with typewritten pieces of paper attached to glass and other materials.
Such is the life for Ono, who presides over the University of Cincinnati (UC), "the hottest college in America," as he calls it.
The combination of Vodafone and Ono creates a leading integrated communications provider in Spain and represents an attractive value-creation opportunity for Vodafone," the latter's Chief Executive Vittorio Colao said.
A potential takeover of Ono would represent Liberty's first step in Spain and would serve its strategy of expanding in the European market, which accounts for 90% of its sales.
By the time they'd met, the Beatles were the biggest band in the world, and from the start of their relationship Ono was frequently characterized as a bad influence on Lennon and even seen by some people as the cause of the band's breakup.