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FIN

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Finland. The code is used for transactions to and from Finnish bank accounts and for international shipping to Finland. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The Texas shark fin market has rapidly expanded since 2010, when a number of states started cracking down on shark fin traders.
By examining each fin's mitochondrial DNA sequence (a section of the genetic code passed down by the mother and traceable to a shark's regional birthplace) the researchers were able to exactly match 57 of the 62 fins to an Atlantic or Indo-Pacific ocean origin.
WORCESTER Albert Fins, age 91, died peacefully on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at Eisenberg Assisted Living, Worcester with his family by his side.
The global shark fin trade is driving the oceans to collapse," said Courtney Sakai, senior campaign director at Oceana.
This paper develops and presents an improved method for determining heat transfer fin efficiency for wetted fins.
6 in Sea to Persian head length; pale saddles at end of second and Gulf) third dorsal fins white in life; LL usually with fewer than 25 scales; maximum recorded SL 47 mm 1b.
More than 20 deputies, including members of the commission that drew up the law, have signed a letter to President Abel Pacheco and Ligia Castro, president of INCOPESCA, asking that "INCOPESCA authorize vessels to unload sharks that come with their fins, even if they are attached in an artificial manner.
Phase 1 compared the effectiveness of cooling fins and external chills through computer-aided solidification modeling.
WildAid randomly bought 10 samples of shark fins in Bangkok's Chinatown and sent them to the Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research to be tested.
During product development, Force Fin cuts sheets of TPU film in the desired pattern, sews them together, and then introduces castable PUR between the sheets.
The consumption of shark fins has increased sharply in the past few years, which resulted in some species of sharks being reduced in number by 80-90%, according to concerned groups.
The proposed ban will make it a criminal offence to catch a shark and kill it before removing its fins for commercial use.