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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Canton and Enderbury Islands prior to their transfer to Kiribati. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts on the islands.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Canton and Enderbury Islands. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the Canton and Enderbury Islands.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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Cutie, chief operating officer of the Connecticut News Project, the Connecticut Mirror plans to make its content ubiquitous across the state.
Numerous alumni of Connecticut College stated that a similar gay male image never attached to their college.
"It is our mission to help people, making credit unions an excellent choice for the program," said Tony Emerson, president/CEO of the credit union league of Connecticut.
* GVA Williams announced the renewal extension of Shenkman Capital Management's Connecticut office lease in Stamford.
"When clients enter Sunrise of Connecticut Avenue, they already feel the connection--the blend--between the internal and external communities, which is a great selling feature."
In 1998, the states of Connecticut and New York, along with the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), agreed to reduce the amount of nitrogen discharged into Long Island Sound by 58.5 percent.
Design work and equipment procurement, as well as a modification to CRRA's operating permit granted by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, must be completed before construction can begin.
Connecticut is fighting the right battle for the wrong reasons.
Nelson has also written Fortune's Bones: The Manumission Requiem (Front Street, October 2004), a story for young adults of an enslaved African, known as Fortune, who lived and died (then was preserved by a doctor as a skeleton) in the state, for a Connecticut historical museum.
The combination of active and passive surveillance in the hospital admissions based syndromic surveillance in Connecticut allows a number of syndromes to be tracked immediately upon notification; these syndromes include pneumonia and acute respiratory disease in healthcare workers admitted to a hospital, all disease clusters, and fever with rash illness.
NEW YORK v Down (Ulster SHC): K Jordan (Connecticut), A Kiely (Connecticut), P Dalton (Westmeath), P Wickham (Connecticut), S Quirke, captain (Tipperary), J Brennan (Tipperary), T O'Callaghan (Limerick), A Guinan (Offaly), AN Other, B Kennedy (Connecticut), V Norton (Connecticut), T Fletcher (Tipperary), D Simms, (Limerick), T Moylan (Tipperary), D McCarthy (Limerick).
In 1995, Connecticut legislators expanded the definition of a student possessing a deadly weapon.

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