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NOR

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Norway. The code is used for transactions to and from Norwegian bank accounts and for international shipping to Norway. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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As we drove around the country that afternoon, it seemed Gorr and Behn knew every bush, gully and ridge top in Wyoming; what was private land, BLM, state or Forest Service property?
Gorr of Z-Line Designs said that a major variable is how the government plans to deal with tax breaks that are expiring this year.
She looked anxious and tried to hide her face from photographers but did manage to blow a kiss to her toyboy husband Kelvin Gorr who is ten years her junior.
This version of the regulation has gone to the Governor's Office and to the GORR, or the Governor's Office of Regulatory Reform.
Kurland and Gorr (public policy and management, Carnegie Mellon U.) describe how GIS technologies are currently used to study geographic health data on illnesses, accidents, mortality rates and uninsured populations in order to design health insurance policies.
While the usually admirable Georgia Jarman sounded out of sorts as Rozenn, the soprano good sister--metallic and over vibrant--her "bad" sibling was heated to a stirring boil by mezzo Dana Beth Miller, whose steely, columnar voice, easily emphatic at bottom and tapering to an occasionally shrill but nearly always exciting top, recalled the Margared I first encountered, Rita Gorr via old EMI LPs.
For Tropitone, the experience was so positive that Mark Gorr, vice president of sales, said the firm is expecting 2008 revenues and profit to exceed those of 2007--the best year in the company's history.
"I clocked off at 6am Saturday mornin' an' CRAWLED into bed when I gorr 'ome, desperate for kip 'cos I was due back on at 4 o'clock.
Some studies, for example Banker, Gahd and Gorr (1993), report from a Monte Carlo experiment that the relative precision of DEA and SFA may be context specific.
(2) See Kenneth Kipnis, "Criminal Justice and the Negotiated Plea, Ethics 86 (1976): 93-106; Alan Wertheimer, "The Prosecutor and the Gunman," Ethics 89 (1979): 269-79, and "Freedom, Morality, Plea Bargaining, and the Supreme Court," Philosophy and Public Affairs 8 (1979): 203-34; Michael Gorr, "The Morality of Plea Bargaining," Social Theory and Practice 26 (2000): 129-51; and Joan L.
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