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oasis

(oˈesəs)
n. a place to buy liquor. Let’s go into this oasis here and pick up a few bottles.
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the oasis, and thence by stages to the fertile country, and so on
By noon of the third day's journey we could see the trees of the oasis of which the guides spoke, and within an hour of sundown we were walking once more upon grass and listening to the sound of running water.
'Twas a sweet time for Nesace - for there Her world lay lolling on the golden air, Near four bright suns - a temporary rest - An oasis in desert of the blest.
Overall, we have retrospectively reviewed the obstetric delivery record of 15,446 women from 2011 to June 2014, and there were 49 women having OASIS after the various mode of vaginal delivery.
However, the chain said it had "serious concerns" over the methods used by Ofsted to compile its report, which saw inspectors descending on ten of Oasis's 44 academies across the country - including two in Birmingham.
SPO, which has been steadily increasing its stake in the company since December, bought more than 2 million shares alone late last week, bringing its stake in Oasis to 11.9 per cent.
Dubai: The creative works of some of the world's finest artisan weavers will greet visitors at the 20th edition of the Carpet and Art Oasis. Vivid designs and intricate hand-woven portraits hang from wall to wall inside a large tent at Dubai Festival City, reminding one of a kaleidoscope of world cultures.
He also launched "Amulya"- Fertility Scheme for underprivileged, a CSR Initiative by Oasis.
Speaking about Oasis' name, he said: "It was a s**t name, but most band names are s**t.
Oasis Enterprises was announced the winner of Datavideo's Distributor of the Year Award at this year's IBC 2012 in Amsterdam.
The first edition of the Silicon Oasis TechForum will include speakers from Micrsoft Middle East and Bitdefender and focus on highlighting emerging trends and addressing the growing demands from IT security in the region, representatives said.
The pair have signed an MOU to form Silicon Oasis TechFourm,
"The investment in Pakistan is a continuation of WPP's strategy of developing its services in 'fast-growing' markets and sectors, and we look forward to strengthening our relationship with Oasis Insights, with whom we have been working for many years," said Thomas Puliyel, President of IMRB International (Kantar Group subsidiary).
Twenty children, young people and leaders from Team Oasis will be making the trip to perform their cabaret-style show on July 21 and 22.
The investment in Pakistan is a continuation of VVPP's strategy of developing its services in 'fast-growing' markets and sectors, and we look forward to strengthening our relationship with Oasis Insights, with whom we have been working for many years," said Thomas Puliyel, President of 1MRB International (Kantar Group subsidiary).