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ARG

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Argentina. The code is used for transactions to and from Argentine bank accounts and for international shipping to Argentina. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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I set about writing the story that would drive our ARG.
The river sediment samples taken downstream from a WWTP processing high volumes of antibiotics, as well as the effluent sample, had higher proportions of index-positive sequences due to elevated ARGs, plasmids, and TEs relative to the other samples (Figure 2B-2G; see also Supplemental Material, Table S1).
In case Bob denies that an unauthorized copy has originated from his version, Alice collects the associated information, X', ARG, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [Cert.
Até o momento, os ARGs mais bem sucedidos tiveram origem em promoções de vendas -- de filmes, de carros, de refrigerante.
Differentiating anthropogenic impacts on ARGs in the Pearl River Estuary by using suitable gene indicators.
ARBs and ARGs are abundant in human and animal fecal material; thus, active stewardship is needed to avoid gene flow to and from environmental resistance reservoirs.
These ARGs provide metor ship, personal and professional growth, and conduct community outreach projects.
For CSGs and ARGs in the Pacific Fleet at the beginning of their Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP), TTGP provides a one-day course called the Network Centric Warfare Commanders Course.
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The rest of the ARGs data structure fits well into the framework model.
ARGs have been used with great success to promote books, movies and television shows and BBN scientists proposed that the method could be applied to serious training with equal success.
A review in this issue of EHP examines strategies for reducing environmental pollution with antibiotics, ARBs, and ARGs from various sources, including traditional agriculture, aquaculture, wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), pharmaceutical manufacturers, and hospitals.