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Ora is a great example of how the Veeva Vault Clinical Suite is helping break down system and process silos to improve study execution and quality.
This means Rita Ora has equalled the record for the most Top 10 singles by a British female artist.
Meanwhile, other than her excitement over Prince Harry and Markle's wedding, Ora also talked about the final installment in the "Fifty Shades" franchise.
Ora has topped the British charts with catchy hits such as "How We Do (Party)," an adaption of a track by slain rap legend The Notorious B.
COVER GIRL Ora, above, during the shoot for Shape and, left, adorning the cover
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Ms Ora is best known for her work as a musician, and has also appeared as a judge on TV talent programmes The Voice UK and The X Factor.
1, the spectral efficiency under ORA scheme is plotted as a function of the average received SNR per branch [bar.
The inaugural winners of the Ora Dreams grants have showcased innovation and entrepreneurship to help them get to where they are today and we believe the grants will provide the fuel to make them go far," says Ora CEO and founder Christina Domecq.
SHE IS known for her eclectic style, and now singer Rita Ora has teamed up with Adidas Originals to create a range that'll satisfy all sportswear fans.
Kim Kardashian dissed Rita Ora at the VMA's after requesting a seating change so she wouldn't have to sit next to her brother's ex.