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BY

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for BELARUS.

BY

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Belarus. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Belarusian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Belarus. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Belarus. Each Belarusian province has its own code with the prefix "BY." For example, the code for the Province of Brest is ISO 3166-2:BY-BR.
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Next year's Triple Bypass will take place on July 12-13, 2014.
Under this six-month randomized trial, one group of recent gastric bypass patients will receive on-site aerobic and resistance training three days a week, supervised by an exercise physiologist and tailored to their ability.
To enable safe crossing of the bypass we are providing central refuge islands at the roundabout where traffic will be travelling slowly.
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Strathtay have changed ownership and decided they will route some buses via the bypass.
Phil Whitehouse, chairman of SCAR, said: "Yet again it was fantastic to see so many people from the Stonnall area turn out to support the campaign to stop the bypass being built.
A grandfather of nine - all runners like Grandpa - Simon stood at the podium and told more than 100 recent bypass recipients to dream big dreams and never give up.
But some industry experts wonder whether Medicare's policy change will prompt a rise in individuals seeking gastric bypass surgery.
Villagers, who have fought since the Second World War for a bypass, are standing behind the council but are fearful of further delays in the long-awaited scheme.
One switch would take the place of the multiple port bypass circuits and the three-port mini hub on the interface electronics card for each of the two FC-AL loops.
In a coronary bypass operation, surgeons graft a segment of a blood vessel taken from another part of the body, like the leg, onto a clogged coronary vessel.
Their combined estates are large enough to require them to pay estate taxes, but each spouse has insufficient separate assets--other than retirement benefits--to fund a bypass trust that could minimize or eliminate the tax bill.