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BEL

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Belgium. The code is used for transactions to and from Belgian bank accounts and for international shipping to Belgium. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Might that begin with an awareness that the dead Saddam, as a disciple of Marduk, remains alive as the spirit of the conflict?
Once everyone is enlisted against Tiamat, all her offspring in fact, Marduk their champion vanquishes Tiamat and the insurrection is complete .
Finally, Marduk created human beings from the blood of Kingu,
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Willie Carson is pipped in the Deutsches Derby at Hamburg when Lord Udo is short-headed by Marduk (Heinrich Bollow).
Because the Goddess was thus replaced with a male deity, we have several versions of her ritual slaving: Tiamat by Marduk in the Babylonian creation myth, Apollo's conquest of Delphi; Zeus's killing of the Goddess Metis; and the vilification of Eve.
Away from the river are the quarters Newtown and Kullab, which between them occupy the ground between the Ishtar and Marduk Gates.
Epithets usually found in royal inscriptions are employed in Enuma elis to refer to Marduk, as is the case with the expression -provider for the sanctuaries," when the gods declare that Marduk shall fulfill that role (V 115).
By the theologic of the times, the exiles' god had been defeated, perhaps killed, by Marduk, the god of the victors.
It appeals to Marduk to protect and help Cyrus and his son Cambyses.
He cites the existence of historical documents mentioning Marduk in Hammurabi's day, but surprisingly does not appear aware of the possibility (at least) that Nimrod was actually Hammurabi.
The God of Israel is still the center of the universe, despite immediate evidence that the Babylonian god Marduk has won the day.