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ora

[′ȯr·ə]
(meteorology)
A regular valley wind at Lake Garda in Italy.
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The addition of Veeva Vault Study Startup enables Ora to speed global site selection and activation, while Veeva Vault CTMS empowers clinical teams with greater insights across the trial lifecycle for proactive trial management.
Rita Ora rose to fame in 2012 when she featured on DJ Fresh's single Hot Right Now and subsequently released her debut album, Ora, in August 2012, both of which reached number one in the UK.
Ora last year performed at the UAE-based music festival RedFestDXB.
Talking about her experience, Ora said, "Of course I kept it respectful, and I'm respectful of his wedding, which I think is gonna be so fun.
A self-proclaimed lifelong EMA viewer, Ora promised to put on a lively show.
Ora said: "I've been the girl on tour who eats when she can and goes along when the band wants to go out all the time.
Almost 10 years later, Elena is the creative director of brands Red Ora and Ora LTD.
Ms Ora revealed she will be singing traditional Christmas song What Child Is This?
5 fading channels with dual-branch SC and no diversity under ORA, and CIFR schemes.
Under the contract, Ora will lead the clinical development of PRT2671, and the firms will share the development expenses until proof-of-concept is established, while Portola retains decision making oversight for the programme.
Three Kiwi businesses that have demonstrated exceptional passion, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit have been awarded an Ora Dreams grant, each worth up to $50,000.