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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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Contains both upland oak-hickory forest, plus a very high quality bottomland stand dominated by tulip tree, sweet gum, sycamore, red maple, and elm (Jackson 1969a, b).
It is used in solid lumber as well as veneer form, and sweet gum is a favorite of marquetry artists, according to Albert Constantine Jr.
LTD should celebrate the opening of its new bus line with the planting of 300 American sweet gum trees, which, besides being exceedingly aesthetically pleasing, are also among the most carbon dioxide-absorbing trees.
I wish that all trees would hold onto their autumn tinted leaves as long as the Sweet Gum.
In April 2007, 31 Sweet Gum trees from Maryland were dug and transferred to the holding facility.
Because liquidambar, also known as sweet gum, is a tall tree, it is likely to catch more wind in its branches than shorter varieties.
A piper led a parade to the churchyard where the Branch donated a Sweet Gum Tree, requested by the church board, to replace aged Carolinian trees.
ages six and under) Crab Apple Black Cherry Red Oak Ginkgo White Oak Paper Birch Catalpa Redbud Weeping Willow Dogwood Hawthorn Sweet Gum Stag Horn Sumac Grey Birch Red Horse Chestnut Sugar Maple Green Ash (ages seven to twelve add these) Hemlock Box Elder Cottonwood Red Mulberry Chestnut Oak Serbian Spruce Purple Ash Slippery Elm Persimmon Juniper Silver Maple Japanese Maple Hickory Yellowwood Pecan Red Maple Hackberry Honeylocust
Crabapple Red Oak Red Mulberry Catalpa Weeping Willow Juniper Hemlock Ginkgo Silver Maple Redbud Dogwood Sweet Gum
Sweet gum and green ash ranked second and third in IV respectively, were well represented in most diameter classes, and had average diameters exceeding 40 cm.
hemlock tulip sweet gum ginkgo honeylocust paper birch flowering dogwood red maple redbud
And Liquidambar styraciflua, the sweet gum, provides not only rich red maple-like leaves but scent too.