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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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Of the patients in the study population, those diagnosed with KOA, aged 25 years and over, able to communicate, walk and move, agreeing to participate in the study, and not in an acute painful period were included in the study sample.
In efforts to limit the level of illegality surrounding operating gyms, KOA released a 'guide to registering private gymnastics schools and obtaining licensing'.
King Kamehameha nicknames him Koa Kai, or Sea Warrior.
Mohammed Zaal, CEO and founder, KOA Real Estate, added: "As developer of the most scenic projects in the city, KOA Real Estate Development has a vested interest in ensuring that the quality, integrity and reputation of this exclusive community is maintained to the highest standard.
"KOA shares our vision of protecting outdoor recreation and we know our combined forces on this project will motivate consumers to make real change to improve our environment."
The average age, weight, and global impact of arthritis were greater in the AKOA group when compared against the typical KOA and no-KOA groups.
Fifty-seven million people in China suffer from KOA. No treatment exists that can effectively preserve knee joint cartilage or slow the progression of KOA.
Upon Sy's prodding, Koa expanded the bakery to include meals, and has since grown the company.
Cellular Biomedicine announced that its off-the-shelf allogeneic adipose-derived mesenchymal progenitor cell, or haMPC, AlloJoin therapy for Knee Osteoarthritis, or KOA, has been approved as the first stem cell KOA drug application in China for a Phase II clinical trial.
Kampgrounds of America, the world's largest family of family-friendly, open-to-the-public campgrounds, has announced that the Benton KOA Journey Campground has earned the 2019 KOA President's Award and KOA Founder's Award.
The prevalence of symptomatic knee OA (KOA) was less than radiographic KOA.
One of the most enduring memories of my childhood is walking with my parents and sister on Yom Kippur through the rusted iron gate of our synagogue in KoA ice, my hometown in eastern Slovakia.