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Gin

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guinea. The code is used for transactions to and from Guinean bank accounts and for international shipping to Guinea. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Gin traps are mechanical traps designed to catch an animal by its leg, using spring-operated jaws with teeth or a serrated edge.
A USPCA spokesman said: "It is very rare that an animal would survive the gin trap.
MAIMED: Tim the three-legged cat is recovering after being stuck in this illegal gin trap, below.
The RSPCA is appealing for help from people with information about the gin trap.
Gin traps have been illegal since 1953 and the one clamped to the cat's paw was old and rusty.
She said, ``People need to realise that items such as gin traps can cause serious injuries to all kinds of animals.
A cat suffered horrific injuries when his leg was caught in an illegal gin trap.
The charity says Linx, a two-year-old Burmese tomcat, was squealing in pain and unable to stand when he was found by his owner June David, of North Cornelly, Bridgend, last week, after an illegal gin trap had cut into a hind leg.
THE RSPCA has launched an investigation after a cat was found at Ovingham, Prudhoe, with its paw in the serrated jaws of a gin trap and had to have its leg amputated.
And to go with her ability - she was named after Martina Navratilova - Hingis has the court craft and a tennis brain as devastating as a gin trap.
Gin traps - heavy steel devices with razor-sharp teeth - were banned 30 years ago but were found on Scottish shooting estates in 2004.
I'd favour a six-mile contest for two-year-olds, to be run on reinforced concrete over 20 gin traps and a big camouflaged pit with sharpened bamboo at the bottom of it.