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OBS

1. On drawings, abbr. for “obsolete.”
2. Abbr. for “open back strike.”
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A deal would include assets of its OBS Pakistan unit, including a Karachi manufacturing facility and a portfolio of drug rights, according to the people.
Searle said it is regularly involved in exploring and evaluating various business and investment opportunities to enhance capacity and achieve further market growth which could include OBS Pakistan as well.
This implies that the PBMNCs could be added to the OB culture on day 3 as the OBs were fully differentiated.
We are aiming forward to make OBS a power to contend within the Pharmaceutical Industry whilst upholding our core values: Developing our people, Customer Focus, Ethics and Integrity, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between OBS and risk of MetS.
In a goal-line scramble the ball broke loose for Jason Folland to score on the counter attack and clinch the Milsom Harries Cup 3-1 for STM OBs.
The potential benefit of using OBS is that producing higher quality data improves the quality of drilling targets.
OBS took partial control of the Games for the first time in 2008 under a joint venture with Beijing Olympic organizers.
When you get close to intersecting V510 (either by eyeballing it or using your second radio/OBS to tune to the MKG 296 radial), hit OBS again to resume sequencing.
According to a letter dated May 16, AGP informed the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) that AGP Limited's shares held by OBS Pakistan (Private) Limited had been amalgamated with and into AitkenStuart Pakistan.
Exmoor & Quantocks, estimated 5 000 mA obs per annum
KARACHI -- OBS Pakistan, in collaboration with AkzoNobel Pakistan and Charter for Compassion (CfC) organized a Painting activity at National Institute of Child Health (NICH) Karachi on 26th December 2012, as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).