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POL

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Poland. The code is used for transactions to and from Polish bank accounts and for international shipping to Poland. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Treichels Blick auf Polen ist deshalb, auch wenn sein Bericht sich streckenweise so lesen liesse, keine neue Variante des Stereotyps ,,Polnische Wirtschaft", sondern beruht auf einer individuell besonderen und keineswegs nur Polen in dieser Art treffenden Sichtweise.
The Polens' three daughters - Wendy Polen, Susie Philpott and Mary Jane Wilson - and two of their husbands are managers in the company.
But if it's rebounding you like, Polen is definitely the player for you.
The Panthers opened with a 66-56 win over Las Vegas Eldorado behind 19 points from Jesse Roche, 12 from Brian Bobik and 10 points each from Brian Polen and Nick Czernek.
Loan asset quality remains excellent with no loan losses recorded in the last several years," stated John Polen, President and CEO.
The Panthers will be led this season by seniors Brian Bobik (6-foot-3) and Brian Polen (6-4).
PHOTO Agoura's Josh Lewensohn, left, has the ball stripped away by Newbury Park's Brian Polen, right, and Robert Congelliere, behind, in the first quarter.
Mike Meru led the Panthers with eight rebounds and Brian Polen had seven.
He brings broad experience in the asset management space, most recently at Polen Capital Management, a boutique large cap asset manager with over $2 billion in assets under management, where he was product manager.
Polen, President and CEO of the company, the dividend was declared as the result of the strong earnings the company and its Malaga Bank subsidiary had generated this year.
John Polen, President and CEO, stated, "We had a very successful and eventful year.
Politieke protesten barstten in Polen met enige regelmaat sinds 1956 uit, toen in Poznan (in het westen van Polen) arbeiders uit protest tegen het communistische regime de straat opgingen.