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Tun

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Tunisia. The code is used for transactions to and from Tunisian bank accounts and for international shipping to Tunisia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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NOTE: Astria is a registered trademark of Tut Systems, Inc.
In connection with the proposed transaction and required stockholder approval, Tut Systems will file with the SEC a preliminary proxy statement and a definitive proxy statement.
Tut was a leader of little consequence in his lifetime.
Compare that piece with a piece from the tomb of Tut, and you'll get a better idea of what would have been in the royal tombs.
To commemorate the Egyptian monarch's swing through town, Sprint commissioned Malibu-based celebrity accessory designer Jennifer Serig to trick out special King Tut model cell phones.
Both companies are dedicated to solidifying long-standing industry relationships in the independent operator marketplace," said Craig Bender, vice president of corporate development, Tut Systems.
We're pleased to have the confidence and support of a long standing customer with the technical acumen and business forethought of Ace Communications Group," said Bob Noonan, Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service for Tut Systems.
Although little is known historically about King Tut - who likely died before age 20 after a short nine-year reign - a certain mythology has developed around the pharaoh since the discovery of his tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter.
Tut Systems is an industry leader enabling delivery of next-generation data and video services over broadband networks.
On the advice of a friend she brought Tut to Buellton, near Solvang, to see Charles Boles and David Jensen, two veterinary doctors who specialize in treating horses.
With almost one third of the Museum of Art/Fort Lauderdale attendees visiting from out of the state, the King Tut exhibition is having a positive impact on area hotels.