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QAT

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Qatar. The code is used for transactions to and from Qatari bank accounts and for international shipping to Qatar. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Speaking about the khat experiment, a spokesperson for Farah said: "At no point were rules or laws broken.
05) for khat with the sampling sites except for Cr which did not vary significantly (P > 0.
For example, in PubMed we used the following combinations of key terms for the search: khat AND oral, khat AND dental, khat AND oral health, khat AND dental health, khat AND periodontal, khat AND periodontal health, khat AND periodontal pocketing, khat AND tooth, khat AND tooth loss, and khat AND gingivitis.
An estimated 90,000 people use khat in the UK and its consumption is confined almost exclusively to the Somali, Yemeni and Ethiopian communities.
Khat was banned and made a class C drug despite advice from the Government's official advisers that it should not be classified.
The Home Office specifically cites as a concern the potential for the UK to become a "hub for international khat smuggling.
In 2010, the Telegraph revealed how khat was seducing more young people from all backgrounds and was being openly sold in shops across Coventry for about PS5 a bunch.
A Home Office survey of people of Somali origin in Birmingham in 2005 found that 34 per cent of the overall sample said they had chewed khat in the month before the interview.
The main purpose of chewing khat leaves is to get an orgasm and activity and satisfy the mood.
Le train assurant la liaison Ben Guerir-Safi s'est arrete au niveau de la commune de Khat Azkane suite au deraillement des roues de la premiere voiture derriere la locomotive, du probablement a un incident technique, a-t-on precise de meme source.
The Daily Times reports that some unknown people at Gurdwara Khat Wari Darbar in Store Ganj area of Shikarpur had torn 24 pages of the sacred book causing annoyance and fear among the Sindhi Sikhs.