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Koper

In Flemish-speaking areas, a nickname for the one, two and five eurocent coins. The name means "copper," and refers to their color. Alternate Flemish nicknames are ros and rostjes, which mean "redhead" and "little redhead," respectively.
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Contractor address : Luka Koper, Port And Logistics System, Joint Stock Company
"These kinds of earthquakes in Yellowstone are very common," says Koper, director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations.
COSCO is currently providing its services through the ports of Rijeka, Koper and Piraeus, and also through Belgrade.
As per details, DC Syed Zafar along with Subedar of Koper station Dost Muhammad Khan conducted a grand operation in area Koper.
A previous mutual cooperation agreement between Koper and several Egyptian ports, including Damietta and Alexandria, has provided the groundwork for Egypt and Slovenia to boost their economic cooperation.
Koper and Richter insist that further searches will locate a train buried deep inside the tunnel.
Koper and Richter have claimed that they have the right to a finder'sAaAaAeAeAaAeAe of 10 percent of whatever is found in the train.
NEW YORK -- Karina Koper pays for cabs for her employees to keep them safe from gangs when they go to and from her 53 shops in Guatemala.
The claims are contiguous to claims of the Fancamp Exploration at Koper Lake where KWG is drilling to assess the economic potential of the Black Horse chromite deposit under an option agreement with Bold Ventures and Fancamp.
Matthew Denny, Tom Day, Katie Duncan, Sy Toure and Jan Koper received their can, Sy Toure and Jan Koper received their certi[euro]cates from Midlands Today present certi[euro]cates from Midlands Today presenter, Hon Col Michael Collie, on Sunday, er, Hon Col Michael Collie, on Sunday, along with 40 other cadets.
Slovenia's port of Koper transships 30% of all cargo headed for Austria, which puts it on top of the list of seven ports which supply the Slovenian northern neighbour with goods arriving by sea, newspaper Verkehr has reported.
Keith Koper, director of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations, says "microseisms," or relatively small seismic waves, were detected before and after Sandy from North Pacific and North Atlantic storms that never hit land.