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ARG

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Argentina. The code is used for transactions to and from Argentine bank accounts and for international shipping to Argentina. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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The first phase of the Bataan ARG SWATT like similar SWATTs was an in-port academic session where Warfare Tactics Instructors (WTI) from Naval Surface and Mine Warfighting Development Center (SMWDC) provided training to shipboard teams that directly led into the development of warfighting capacity during the second phase of training.
Researchers who took soil samples in the region of Svalbard have now confirmed the spread of blaNDM-1 into the High Arctic - an ARG originally found in Indian clinical settings, which conditionally provides multidrug resistance (MDR) in microorganisms.
"Getting a high school kid to show up early is basically impossible," Aviles says, reiterating the excitement an ARG can generate with students,
In this study, we developed a CCA to determine coexpression between ARGs and other human disease pathway genes.
In this paper, we used a CCA to analyze coexpression between ARGs and metabolic pathways from KEGG.
The presence of ARGs in the different soil samples (Table 5) indicated that these soils represent an under appreciated reservoir of MAR machinery.
I expect this trend of interpretive ARGs to continue.
Many of the early popular transmedia experiences became alternate reality games (ARGs) such as Ong's Hat (1993), a fictional story that was embedded in everyday media in order to engage readers in exploring conspiracy theories.
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Upon analyzing the production in Nottingham, UK, of an alternative-reality game (ARG) titled The Malthusian Paradox, she points out the key professional skills, working attitudes, and relationships that eventually shape the development of ARGs' complex narratives.