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Standard Industrial Classification Code

A four digit code used in business to classify the industry to which a company belongs. The SIC code was created by the U.S. government in 1937 to facilitate communication within and between businesses and industries. For the most part, the SIC was replaced by the six digit NAICS in 1997, but the SEC still uses the SIC. For example, an oil & gas exploration company might file with the SEC under the SIC code 1382.
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The Plymouth settlers, led by the famous Captain Miles Standish, slew some of them, in 1623, without any very evident necessity for so doing.
1623. 44: Maro (56), whose father, it is said, Hesiod relates to have been Euanthes the son of Oenopion, the son of Dionysus.
This process, like other pseudo-classical tendencies, was furthered by Ben Jonson, who used the couplet in more than half of his non-dramatic verse; but it was especially carried on by the wealthy politician and minor poet Edmund Waller (above, page 164), who for sixty years, from 1623 on, wrote most of his verse (no very great quantity) in the couplet.
Police are appealing for any information and they can be called on 0161 856 7673, quoting incident number 1623 of July 17, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
1623: Blaise Pascal, French mathematician and philosopher who invented the first calculating machines, was born.
House Bill 1623 would change the motor vehicle registration plate requirement from the current of two plates for the front and back of a vehicle to only one plate for the rear of a vehicle.
The bus models include the Mercedes-Benz OF 1623 RF and O500RS 1836 and were designed for medium and long-haul trips, according to Daimler Commercial Vehicles Indonesia president director, Markus Villinger.
The system-loss caps set by the ERC are within the same neighborhood as those provided under Senate Bill (SB) 1623, otherwise known as the Recoverable System Loss Act, which was approved by the Senate on third and final reading last month.
(Meralco) and other public utilities which have passed on to their respective customers the burden of their systems losses.Approved was Senate Bill (SB) 1623, or the proposed "Recoverable Systems Loss Act" that reduces the cap on the recoverable systems losses charged by distribution utilities to consumers.
A H N BNA 1623 GMT 2018/02/01 Number of readings : 3 Last updated : 07 : 51 PM - 01/02/2018
Volume 1, "Single-Text and Collected Editions to 1623," begins with a list of figures (viii), acknowledgments (ix), an introduction by the editors (xi-xv), and a user's guide (xvi-xx).