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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Effective application of gum arabic in paper manufacturing, meat processing, and processing vegetable juices
Because most gum currently sold is not biodegradable, once it is trodden into the surface it requires specialised equipment to remove.
The 12 pieces gum pack offers a variety of flavors like Artic Chill.
You may be suffering from gum disease which is left untreated could lead eventually to tooth loss.
You're less likely to find these in most gums today, or at least not as a solitary sweetener.
In an age where natural and clean labels are the recipe for success, gum ingredients can seem uncomfortably artificial.
Traditionally, gum relied heavily on younger consumers to make up a large part of the consumer base," notes Euromonitor.
Even though gum disease is contagious and the bacteria that cause gum disease are present in your mouth and saliva, researchers have found that these particular oral bacteria are only contagious when exposure has occurred over a long period of time.
In addition, at least 20 percent of respondents in each age group bought candy or gum just twice during the month.
And only high-pressure jetting on individual pieces of gum seems to work effectively.
He estimated that between 7m-14m pieces of gum are hitting the streets of Wales each year.
It is usually a symptom or the result of poor oral hygiene and a build-up of plaque (a deposit of food particles, mucus and bacteria) and calculus (hardened plaque) between the teeth and gums.