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MUS

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Mauritius. The code is used for transactions to and from Mauritian bank accounts and for international shipping to Mauritius. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Electrodes were placed 2 cm apart and parallel to the fiber direction of the external oblique on the same side as the lead leg used for the MUS.
Point: Whenever a heavier resistance is being moved with great effort and the lifter is attempting to "explode," the movement will naturally be slow, but more MUs will be activated.
The partnership will initially be driven through a referral system, whereby Union Bank's Public Finance and Government Services Group will refer municipal securities underwriting prospects from the bank to UBIS, which will then refer qualified prospects to MUS (USA).
Implementing agency : Mus Halk Sagligi ME-dE-rlE-gE- SAGLIK BAKANLIGI TE[pounds sterling]RKIYE HALK SAGLIGI KURUMU
In the complete portfolio of high-speed MUs, China CNR offers the high-speed MUs with maximum operating speed ranging from 160km/h to 380km/h, develops the high-speed MUs with the world's highest experimental speed of 487.
This study provides important baseline data for surgeons when faced with MUS failure," Dr.
The guideline authors concluded that MUS had comparable efficacy to autologous slings but that some MUS procedures did not have similar long-term efficacy data.
One of the biggest rivers in eastern Turkey overflowed and caused many flood in Mus on Saturday caused fields inundated.
Mus, a noted landscape architect who creates gardens in the south of France, combines horticultural skills with an artist's sensibility.
Kenzie, who released the band's new single Baby Goodbye with James (Flava) and Mus (Stryder), said of the old days: "We just used to dart around on stage.
2005 58m exp Joel Secter, Rachel Rodin, p/d Joel Secter, ph Paul Suderman, ed Michael Margolis, sr Drew Malamud, s ed Andrew Malamud, mus Kaveh Nabatian; with David Secter, David Cronenberg, Joy Fielding, Philip Glass, Paul Hoffert, Michael Ondaatje.
Among the precedents for this kind of wild-animal imagery was the antique group "Lion Attacking a Horse" (Rome, Mus.