at School Street near Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Parish.
What does OLI stand for?
OLI stands for Our Lady Immaculate (various locations)
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- On-Line Investor
- Open Learning Initiative (RSA)
- Open Learning Institute (Britain)
- Open Link Interface
- Operation Lifesaver, Inc.
- Order Line Item
- Oregon Law Institute (Lewis & Clark College; Portland, OR)
- Originating Line Indicator (ITU-T/CCS #7)
- Originating Line Information (qualifies Automatic Number Identification)
- OSI Library Interface
- Outside Looking In (consulting group)
- OnLine Images from the History of Medicine Division (now Images from the History of Medicine, IHM)
- Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs
- Online Information Branch (National Institutes of Health)
- Ontario Lamb Improvement Breeding Strategy
- Old Louisville Information Center (Louisville, KY)
- Oriented Line Integral Convolution
- Our Lives in Community (Tusculum College; Georgia)
- Ohio Land Improvement Contractors Association
- Ontario Land Information Directory (Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Henry Moloney Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate Cambridge, ON Blessings and cheers for Father de Valk on his very well-earned retirement
ECHO reader Bob Crosbie sent in this picture of Our Lady Immaculate RC school football team going back to the 1958-59 term.
The packed service at Our Lady Immaculate in Darndale, north Dublin, took place close to her home in Tulip Court.
Those were the words used yesterday morning by Father John Ashman to describe the late Paul Kelleway at a Memorial Mass for the former jockey and trainer at the Catholic Church of Our Lady Immaculate & Saint Etheldreda in Newmarket.
Barbara was a member of Our Lady Immaculate Church, a former CCD teacher, and a Eucharistic Minister since 1987 until recently.
Can I say a big thank you and well done to all the children and staff from Our Lady Immaculate and Beacon schools, to the lads from the Shewsy and Edge Hill youth clubs and Kingsley United.
The Sisters of Our Lady Immaculate were founded in 1977 by Father Lloyd Ryan, a diocesan priest, and Sister Mary Josephine Mulligan, a former Grey Nun who received a dispensation to begin the new Order.