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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The eldest had found an old bottle of gum, with a brush fixed in the cork, and was gravely painting the face of the smaller child with what little remained of the contents of the bottle.
Avonlea scholars often spent noon hour picking gum in Mr.
But spruce groves are seductive and yellow nuts of gum beguiling; they picked and loitered and strayed; and as usual the first thing that recalled them to a sense of the flight of time was Jimmy Glover shouting from the top of a patriarchal old spruce "Master's coming.
The boys, who had to wriggle hastily down from the trees, were later; and Anne, who had not been picking gum at all but was wandering happily in the far end of the grove, waist deep among the bracken, singing softly to herself, with a wreath of rice lilies on her hair as if she were some wild divinity of the shadowy places, was latest of all.
If you haven't a watch they do to carry your pencil in or a piece of gum.
Ikey," said he, when his friend had fetched his mortar and sat opposite, grinding gum benzoin to a powder, "get busy with your ear.
They contain Acacia Gum, which alone (and without any chemical modification) gathers many functional properties: emulsifier, texturing and film forming agent, dietary fiber, stabilizer, carrier.
Sweet gums grow tall -- some up to more than 125 feet, making it the tallest tree of the witch hazel family,
The problems are serious enough that Ciancio will ask doctors to switch patients with swollen gums from calcium channel blockers to another heart medicine if possible.
In most people, a squadron of enzymes and immune cells works around the clock to keep teeth and gums healthy--even when their host is too busy to brush.
While you may choose to overlook the importance of your gums, remember, they hold your teeth in place
But what's not clear is the importance of the rheological properties linked with these gums when they're used as either emulsifiers or stabilizers in citrus drink emulsions.