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SYR

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Syria. The code is used for transactions to and from Syrian bank accounts and for international shipping to Syria. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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"Freyja had a tumor between her throat and her carotid artery up behind the palate in a very tricky spot, as well as a number of other tumors around the head and neck region, but it was this particular tumor that people were quite concerned about operating on," Dr.
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Their paths collide as the Aesir (Thor, Ethel, Sif and Tyr) and Vanir (Heimdall, Skadi, Freyja, Njord, Idun, Bragi and Frey) encounter obstacles on their quest.
FJORGN'S MAER, EARTH'S DAUGHTER, FREYJA I was the branch of a tree in blossom, the apple petal's delicate pink--0 I was some simple, familiar thing--the sea- swallow's wings , white violet in the sand-- Imagine truth and happiness and beauty too: a lamb asleep at the fruit tree's mossy root, or the solitary hill beneath summer stars, how the fingers feel inside the bubbling spring, the laughing boy holding out his palms, a plump gourd, honey, skin.
Fell was the highest British finisher in ninth, up from 19th after three events, while Mhairi Spence failed to reproduce her semi-final form and finished 14th, one place ahead of 19-year-old debutante Freyja Prentice.
There was, however, some extensive coverage of Goldman's first visit in the local Icelandic women's literary and political journal Freyja, which had been founded by Margret Benedictsson in 1898.
Kirkpatrick, * Freyja Lynn, ([dagger]) Jonathan Zenilman, ([double dagger]) and Margaret Bash ([dagger])
Margret Benedictsson did the same for women in the late 1800's with her suffrage paper Freyja in Gimli, Manitoba.
Friday honors Freyr and Freyja, children of Njord, the Teutonic gods of the oceans.