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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for North Vietnam prior to its reunification with South Vietnam. This was the code used in international transactions to and from North Vietnamese bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for North Vietnam. This was used as an international standard for shipping to North Vietnam.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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The DMS' line of reasoning completed the circle of racist logic which had consistently underpinned legislative inaction on the interrelated questions of prostitution and venereal diseases.
Both courts agreed that constructive knowledge could include the onset of the symptoms of a venereal disease, such as warts, even if the person did not know that the warts were an actual symptom of the disease.
Significantly, this policy remained intact despite the fact that many of the colony's chiefs had lobbied for stricter anti-prostitution laws in the intervening years as a means of combating the spread of venereal diseases.
However, Kris Humphries insists that he's '100 percent sure' he did not give her any venereal disease.
Luc xi; prostitution and venereal disease in colonial Hanoi.
Focusing on five areas important at the turn of the twentieth century, she discusses how women implemented health care reform and civic programs in community nursing, housing reform, milk sanitation, childbirth, and the campaign against venereal disease, also within the context of the city's multicultural nature.
A report launched yesterday by Animal Aid said mares are riddled with venereal disease as a result of being constantly pregnant.
It's not surprising that venereal disease and the need for mental health practitioners have skyrocketed at the same time.
The last time I watched Hollyoaks that same girl was suffering with a venereal disease, so she clearly doesn't have much luck.
125; Frederick Hodges, "A history of spermatorrhoea: The evolution and legacy of medical conceptualisations of a venereal disease and male debility in nineteenth-century America", D.
Venereal disease reaction level was negative and all tests for syphilis in CSF were negative.
In fact, this unnatural lifestyle is associated with lethal medical consequences: venereal disease (AIDS for which treatment merely delays the inevitable), malignancy (e.