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koa

A hard, light red to dark brown wood with a golden luster from the Hawaiian Islands; takes a fine polish, being marked with wavy lines; used for veneer, cabinets, and interior finish.
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In addition, it turned out that the lawyers were often contracted to carry out clerical work which could have been done by regular KOA staff.
Both entrepreneurs in their own right, their vision for Koa is to preserve and enhance the small-to-medium business community in Hawaii.
We know that the phenomenal success weve had at KOA for the past 55 years is all due to the wonderful camping experiences our campground owners provide to our guests," KOA President and CEO Pat Hittmeier said in a prepared release.
In this study, we aimed (i) to compare SF and serum COMP levels in patients with primary KOA and healthy controls, (ii) compare variations of SF and serum COMP levels according to sex, Kellgren-Lawrence grades, and daytime sampling, and (iii) correlate the SF and serum COMP levels with age, severity of disease, and daytime sampling.
Ultimately, one gets into entrepreneurship with a sense of purpose, albeit with a stimulus, says Koa.
13 The association between obesity and kOA, and specifically the role of obesity as a risk factor for kOA has been well documented.
Bin Zaal said KOA would be working to develop distinctive residential communities, retail concepts and introduce a new approach to working spaces.
At the end of the day, people want many of the same things when shopping online as when shopping in a physical store," adds Koa.
The Akiapola'au and Akepa rely on the koa for scavenging for insect larvae and nesting, respectively.
The aim of this work was to clarify the role of prooxidant enzymes, Nox2, XO, and prolidase, in the inflammatory process that takes place in the synovial membranes of KOA patients.
s Makani Wheat Ale is likely the first craft beer made with honey collected from bees that pollinate the flowers of native Hawaiian koa trees.
The Oregon Dunes KOA in North Bend has recently become a KOA Holiday, one of three new descriptive brands in the chain.