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DOM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Dominican Republic. The code is used for transactions to and from DR bank accounts and for international shipping to the DR. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Says Casa Lusitana's Proprietor/Chief Rider Jorge Gabriel, "We are privileged to host Lady Loch and Dom Braganca at our US quinta (farm).
While this will mark the first time the technology innovation has been promoted nationally, many customers have already come to know Dom and his positive attitude and professionalism on the job.
In Cocoonase, Iris van Herpen was inspired by the importance of time in crafting the Dom Perignon vintages: the agility and speed needed to pick the best grapes at their peak of perfection, versus the wine's many potent years of active maturation.
It takes about an hour of the film to give Dom motivation to finally visit his daughter Evelyn to ask for her forgiveness.
MELON-COLY J Dom disguises himself on grocers display and, right, stops for a ciggie
2) “The DOM, Dugout Manager” has been successfully used as a teaching and training tool called “The DOM Method by Coaches, Managers and Parent to instill safety, organizational skills, discipline and respect in the dugout for both the equipment and players.
1] [PSI] is a frame for H if and only if dom (S)= H and S is surjective.
Dom is a big Manchester United fan and his favourite player is Wayne Rooney.
A superbly organized and presented instruction manual and reference guide, "Murach's JavaScript and DOM Scripting" by JavaScript programming expert Ray Harris is a 764-page compendium that covers every aspect of JavaScript programming.
Dom (guffaws): Oh Piers, you're wasted in this job.
Dom, 24, died unexpectedly, after inadvertently being injured during a performance of his band, Last Lights, at Boston University.