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UZ

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for UZBEKISTAN.

UZ

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Uzbekistan. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Uzbekistani bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Uzbekistan. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Uzbekistan. Each Uzbekistani province has its own code with the prefix "UZ." For example, the code for the Province of Andijon is ISO 3166-2:UZ-AN.
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In the field experiment mentioned earlier, Huz and colleagues (Huz et al., 1997; Huz, 1999) find significant shifts in participants' goal structures, change strategies and understanding of how the system functioned.
Armstrong, Huz, and Evans (1992) suggested that the domains family, school, and community be assessed.
Marlyn "Huz" Jensen's Saturday morning routine didn't vary much for 23 years.
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The evaluation described here is based on the evaluation frameworks developed by Huz et al.
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First, inorganic matter might contain some essential nutrients that are assimilated through the gut or may have microalgal food items bound to their surface (Huz et al.
Of Humanities And Social Science, Iit Delhi, Room No.Ms.611, Huz Khas ,New Delhi
The army troops managed to gain control over Huz neighborhood in the center of Ramadi city.
The victory will pave the ground for the Iraqi army to clean up the city center from ISIL terrorists and rebuild the bridge connecting Huz and the Southern outskirts of Ramadi, including Qadisiya region, which in turn would facilitated dispatch of troops and arms logistics to the Iraqi forces.
"The security forces, supported by the popular forces, killed 300 ISIL terrorists in clashes in Huz and Sajariyah in Al-Ramadi area in the past three weeks," Major General Qassem Al-Mohammadi, the commander of the Iraqi army's operations in Al-Anbar province, said.