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PRY

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Paraguay. The code is used for transactions to and from Paraguayan bank accounts and for international shipping to Paraguay. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The process is fairly simple and involves removing a couple of screws next to the Lightning connector, and then prying off the display assembly with a suction cup.
Summary: Shark fin sellers in Hong Kong have been hiding their delicacy away from prying eyes on rooftops, sparking outrage from environmentalists.
The tip radius is shorter than the standard bucket to keep the breakout forces high, but is long enough to form a V shape that is structurally sound for ripping and prying.
Yasni quizzed 1,412 people asking them how many hours they spent prying online.
When the people outside went to the back of Murphy's house and began prying on a window, he "pulled back the drape and pointed the gun at them.
The deconstruction team then began removal of the upper flooring by prying it from the joists with long bars.
We're looking at the same types of break-ins, prying off the top of the air conditioning vent, or a window or prying hinges off a door,'' he said.
Unlike standard mold-opening methods that involve prying the mold open with metal pry bars or screwdrivers, the tongs move vertically rather than laterally, avoiding damage to the mold.
Congress had passed a significant expansion of Ralph Nader's 1966 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), aimed at prying open for public scrutiny the previously exempt areas of national security and law enforcement.
And what business did the Tribune have prying into a private matter?
Their black color conceals contents from prying eyes, and handle ties make for easy transport to the nearest garbage can.
By revealing how tightly joined those components were, the prying provided a measure of the so-called ionization energies of antihydrogen atoms at different levels of excitation.