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Group of Thirty

An informal group composed of 30 of the world's central bankers, thinkers, practitioners, academics and others. The G-30 meets twice annually to discuss economics, foreign exchange, capital markets and other matters. It was established in 1978 and is based in Washington, D.C.
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Coriant, a global supplier of SDN-enabled transport networking solutions, today introduced the Coriant Groove G30 DCI Platform, an innovative, stackable transport solution for cloud and data center networks.
2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Panasonic unveiled today at the IFA 2015 consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, Germany, the new Technics Grand Class G30 Series, incorporating next-generation HiFi audio components that deliver uncompromising sound quality and a premium user experience.
Jean-Claude Trichet, G30 chairman and former president of the European Central Bank, said, 'Restoring trust in banking is a public duty and economic imperative.
To further ascertain the anti-inflammatory effects in asthmatic mice and uncover the related chemical compounds responsible for those effects in BSYQT, decoction extract, water extract, 30% ethanol extract, 60% ethanol extract and 90% ethanol extract of granules (GD, GW, G30, G60, G90) and herbs (HD, HW, H30, H60, H90) of BSYQT were prepared.
30am and 4pm on Friday or between 8am and noon on Saturday when they will be able to try out the latest Ping G30 irons and woods.
To learn more about these new solutions, please visit Aspera at IBC 2014 in Hall 7 G30 for a demonstration.
5 inches deep, the G30 operates on 8 AA batteries, accepts SD cards up to 32 GB and can capture I still images at 2, 4 or 8 MP resolution, as well as high-definition video with audio.
Stealth Cam has introduced the G30 8-megapixel, a three-resolution (8-, 4-, 2-megapixel) scouting camera, featuring 30 IR emitters with an 80-foot range.
The G30 had always been my best gun at GSSF, giving me wins in Major Sub a couple of times in the past.
continues through the Garand-Pedersen rivalry of the 1920s and '30s, the M1's use in World War II and the main experimental variants that emerged during wartime, competitors like the Johnson and the Winchester G30, the period of repair and refurbishment that followed the war, M1 use in Korea and Vietnam, National Match M1s, M1 collecting and finally bayonets and accessories.