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ATA

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Antarctica. The code is used for international shipping to Antarctica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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What followed was a review of the ATA's wins in Washington, D.C., and its current legislative and regulatory priorities.
Experts believe the police force in Faisalabad is unable to interpret what constitutes terrorism and consequently, what cases should be registered under the ATA.
The ATA Carnet is an international customs document that allows the duty-free and tax-free temporary import and export of goods for up to one year.
ATA National Title Group, LLC is a full-service title insurance agency providing comprehensive title and settlement services to companies and individuals involved in real estate transactions.
Mohammad Al Busaeedi, Student Services Manager at the ATA, commented: "ATA's rigorous program demands the highest performance from students in term of discipline, resilience and effort.
ATA Carnet covers several areas for use including trade fairs, shows, exhibitions, meetings etc.
ATA offers a variety of options to help customize one's vacation.
Individually, ATA aircrew, victims of poor weather, mechanical failure, pilot error or accidents in training, lie in many cemeteries around Britain.
The annual ATA World Expo brings about 20,000 visitors to Little Rock each year.
'Ayaz Ata' from Almaty, a kind of Santa Claus, making surprises for children by showing him up in different places with his Hummer brand vehicle.
Dubai: The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry expects the number of ATA Carnets to be issued and received in the UAE to reach 3,900, representing goods worth Dh2.7 billion.