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CO

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for COLOMBIA.

CO

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

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Colombia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Colombia. Each Colombian department and the capital district have their own codes with the prefix "CO." For example, the code for the Department of Bolivar is ISO 3166-2:CO-BOL.
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homeschooling) can be considered conscientious objection (pp.
We think it is a matter of disgrace to have any conscientious objection in this time of national crisis.
These chapters are useful not only for understanding the discussions about conscientious objection, but also about the wider discourses of the war and military service.
Catholic bishops, in a declaration rooted in Augustine's theology, re-emphasized in 2007 that "our nation must also make provisions for those who in conscience exercise their right to conscientious objection or selective conscientious objection" (emphasis added).
Lynch opposes a blanket prohibition on conscientious objection.
A health care provider has the right to refuse to perform an abortion--the right to conscientious objection.
Conscientious Objector Discharge" records a moment approximately ten months later, after an arduous, but honest engagement with the regulations that governed a conscientious objection that had emerged while in-service.
An important Amnesty International Report from Sept 1999, entitled "Israel: The Price of Principles: Imprisonment of Conscientious Objectors" canvasses the issue of conscientious objection, using the terra to include absolute objection to all forms of military service and selective objection.
There is much confusion and controversy in health care today concerning conscience, conscientious objection, and conscience clauses as they relate to health care professionals and some of the activities that they may be asked to perform.
The history of conscientious objection in the United States is one that fluctuates between progressive and repressive.
In December 2006 Mr Barnes applied for an honourable discharge on the grounds of conscientious objection.