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JPN

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Japan. The code is used for transactions to and from Japanese bank accounts and for international shipping to Japan. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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+7Justin Harding (Rsa), Luke Guthrie (USA), Robert Garrigus (USA), Gareth Maybin, Daisuke Maruyama (Jpn), Brendan Jones (Aus), Toru Taniguchi (Jpn), Hiroyuki Fujita (Jpn), D.A.
+6 A Dunbar (x) (NI) 75 71, M Kaymer (Ger) 77 69, T Hamilton (US) 72 74, S O'Hara (Sco) 74 72, R Ishikawa (Jpn) 74 72, S Walker (Eng) 76 70, A Canizares (Spa) 74 72, J Byrd (US) 74 72, S Lyle (Sco) 74 72, A Hall (Aus) 71 75, B Lane (Eng) 73 73
Court 17 Kurumi Nara (Jpn) v Madison Brengle (USA); Brydan Klein v Nicolas Mahut (Fra); Ricardas Berankis (Lit) v Marcus Willis.
The JPN Mobile Expedition from Sept 15 to 30 began with Sarawak, Sabah and the Northern Zones.
If necessary, a particular state will produce a fatwa from time to time if referred to by the JPN or the state's religious department should a birth status of a child is doubtful (Interview).
1 goal: Alcaraz (PAR), Almeida (POR), Beausejour (CHI), Bendtner (DEN), Birsa (SLO), Blanco (MEX), Boateng (GHA), Bradley (USA), Cacau (GER), Cahill (AUS), Cristiano Ronaldo (POR), De Rossi (ITA), Defoe (ENG), Demichelis (ARG), Dempsey (USA), Di Natale (ITA), Drogba (CIV), Endo (JPN), Gelson (SUI), Gerrard (ENG), Gonzalez (CHI), Heinze (ARG), Huntelaar (NED), Iaquinta (ITA), Iniesta (ESP), Ji Yun-nam (PRK), Jovanovic (SRB), Juan (BRA), Kalou (CIV), Khumalo (RSA), Kopunek (SVK), Koren (SLO), Kuyt (NED), Liedson (POR), Ljubijankic (SLO), Maicon (BRA), Malouda (FRA), Marquez (MEX), Millar (CHI), Mphela (RSA), Okazaki (JPN), Ozil (GER), Palermo (ARG), Pantelic (SRB), Park Chu-young (KOR), Park Ji-sung (KOR), A.
214 J Parnevik (Swe) 72 72 70, J Kelly (USA) 73 71 70, G Norman (Aus) 71 72 71, N Fasth (Swe) 70 73 71, D Love III (USA) 71 72 71, S Hoch (USA) 74 69 71, C Smith (USA) 74 69 71, B Lane 74 68 72, B Estes (USA) 71 70 73, D Park 73 67 74, G Evans 72 68 74, S Verplank (USA) 72 68 74, S Katayama (Jpn) 72 68 74, A Coltart 71 69 74, C Pavin (USA) 69 70 75, B Tway (USA) 70 66 78
227 S Verplank (USA) 80 74 73, D Hart (USA) 73 79 75, N Ozaki (Jpn) 74 78 75, J Maggert (USA) 75 77 75, T Bjorn (Den) 79 73 75, D Clarke 76 75 76, P Fulke (Swe) 75 76 77.
Men's singles quarter-finals: Cheong-Eui Kim (KOR) bt Alexis Canter (GBR) 7-6 (5), 6-2; Sora Fukuda (JPN) bt Darko Jandric (SRB) 3-6, 6-3, 6-3; Kai Wehnelt (GER) bt Lorenzo Bocchi (ITA) 6-1, 6-2; Rio Noguchi (JPN) bt Hamidreza Nadaf (IRI) 6-3 6-2.
In the men's singles semifinals, Cheong-Eui Kim (Kor) got a walkover against Ti Chen (Tpe) while Rio Noguchi (Jpn) beat Alexis Canter (Gbr) 6-4,3-6,6-3.
In the Men's Singles Main Round (Quarterfinals): Rio Noguchi (Jpn) beat Kai Wehnelt (Ger) 7-6, 6-4; Kim Cheon Eui (Kor) beat Saidal'o Saidkarimov (Uzb) 6-4, 6-1; Ti Chen (Tpe) beat Mohammad Abid (Pak) 6-1, 6-3; Alexis Canter (Gbr) beat Sora Fukuda (Jpn) 6-3, 6-7, 7-5.
In other men's singles first round matches, Ray Ho (TPE) beat Shamael Choudhary (GBR) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Anton Chekhov (RUS) beat Malik Abdul Rehman (PAK) 6-3, 6-2; Rio Noguchi (JPN) beat Mudassar Mutaza (PAK) [WC] 6-2, 6-3; Kai Wehnelt (GER) beat Muhammad Shoaib (PAK) [WC] 6-0, 6-2; Ahmed Choudhary (PAK) beat Amal Sultanbekov (UZB) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4; M Abid Ali Khan Akbar (PAK) beat Jackson Varney (AUS) 6-2, 6-0; Darko Jandric (SRB)[8] beat Barkat Khan (PAK) 6-3, 6-1; Shonigmatjon Shoeyziyev (UZB) beat Sora Fukuda (JPN) [4] 6-2, 6-3; Saida'lo Saidkarimov (UZB) beat Vladimir Polyakov (RUS) 6-3, 6-2; Muzammil Murtaza (PAK)beat Hamid Reza Nadaf (IRI): 7-6 (2), 6-2.