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GU

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GUAM.
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Because of the increased efficiency of fishing techniques due to introduction of modem materials and because of the increase in fishermen and the island population, the Guam Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources (DAWR) recognized the need to protect the fishery from overharvesting.
All Guam taxpayers are entitled to timely payments of their refunds without having to wait in long lines or plead with public officials," said attorney Daniel Girard of Girard Gibbs.
After the seat sale, CEB fares to Guam start from P7,197, which is still up to 40% lower compared to other airlines.
Data on household income on Guam are available by different income groupings on an annual basis from 1981 to 2005.
But the Department of the Interior's Interagency Group on Insular Areas and DoD's Joint Guam Program Office, and a Navy field office, directed to facilitate, manage and execute requirements associated with rebasing Marine Corps assets from Okinawa to Guam, are working aggressively to address the potential resource shortfall.
We're glad to be here, and SSGNs in the Pacific will look forward to stopping in Guam for the foreseeable future," Massie related.
Major factors in this success were effective use of JCB, GVB, and participating business' own media including web sites, JCB member magazines, and in-store displays on Guam to raise awareness of the campaign through a wide array of channels, as well as through the efforts of participating local merchants.
Guam Wireless has already been an NTT DoCoMo roaming partner, enabling NTT DoCoMo phone users from Japan to use their handsets in Guam and Saipan for voice communication.
We expect to benefit from regular Hiroshima-Guam flights since demand for trips to Guam has been high in the Chugoku and Shikoku regions,'' said Kiyoshi Mukumoto, managing director for Japan, at a news conference in Hiroshima.
During the 20th century, the prevalence of the neurologic disease called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Parkinsonism dementia complex (ALS/PDC) rose dramatically among the Chamorro people of Guam and then declined, explains Paul Cox of the National Tropical Botanical Gardens, headquartered in Kalaheo, Hawaii (SN: 5/17/03, p.
As a result of this option exercise, RRC has increased its Guam workforce by over 40%.
In April, a three-member 599th team began port operations in Guam and later on the island of Tinian in the Northern Marianas Islands, in support of Exercise Tandem Thrust 03.