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GEO

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Republic of Georgia. The code is used for transactions to and from Georgian bank accounts and for international shipping to Georgia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The idea of career readiness--which buoys up the fledgling HEO pathway at Hutchison High School--can also be found in other ACA programs across Alaska.
However, in the HEO study, among customers who say they "definitely will" reuse the same lender, errors in either the application or closing documents totaled just 5.
Heo acknowledged that the therapy has its origins in Oriental culture and Buddhism.
Ishibashi Sangyo officials had testified that Heo deceived them by saying he would use the name of Ishibashi Sangyo only for the stock dealing and that the notes would not be collected.
It is suspected that Heo gave some 15 billion yen to Ishibashi for political maneuvering.
Heo faces breach-of-trust charges over art transactions he allegedly conducted between his company and Itoman.
Heo, 56, is believed to have introduced Nakao to Wakachiku Construction executives in May 1996.
Ishibashi said the money was part of 1 billion yen which Heo provided to Ishibashi Sangyo, a company that sell oil products, aimed at maneuvering politicians, the sources said.
I'd seen movies about corrupt cops, and I thought, `It's happening to me,''' said Heo, 29.
Candidate flight opportunities for the magnetometer include missions outside the Eartha s magnetosphere to measure the Interplanetary Magnetic Field (IMF) and GEO HEO MEO and LEO missions.
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The court rejected an appeal filed by Heo Young Joong, a key figure in one of Japan's largest postwar cases of business fraud.