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ora

[′ȯr·ə]
(meteorology)
A regular valley wind at Lake Garda in Italy.
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If nothing else works,'' DJ Ora divulges, ``you can always play Prince or Michael Jackson.
at m/z 155 to product ion at m/z 111 for ORA and m/z 157 to product ion at m/z 113 for the IS.
This paper focuses on the findings from this national survey of providers and the group interviews with 190 consumers/tangata whai ora and providers, which together comprised the research fieldwork.
This electronic payments leadership plus the value and savings available to ORA members are key reasons why the ORA decided to endorse Heartland's Payroll Services.
Rita Ora is to join the X Factor with Radio 1 DJ Nick
We are proud to be working with a world-leading organization like Ora and are confident that, with their support, we will be able to maximize the TearRX(TM) opportunity.
Speaking earlier this week, Ora said: "He wrote and produced the song, so he has to approve anything TV wise.
Black Widow" by Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora is a song about revenge and a woman's strength.
Founded in 2005, ORA offers high-calibre academic courses to students aged between 13 and 18, with a full programme of extra-curricular activities and outings provided to complement superlative classroom teaching.
The contract looks to endorse the real estate sector in the nation by supporting the efforts and role of ORA in organising the real estate market and developing best practices for the real estate industry, in coordination with bodies concerned and within the framework of the country s laws and regulations.
RITA ORA has turned down an X Factor judging job and a PS1million pay cheque to concentrate on her singing career - who's her agent, Pete Best?