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NER

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Niger. The code is used for transactions to and from Nigerien bank accounts and for international shipping to Niger. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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In Pakistan, the official primary NER is the number of the children of 9 years, who are attending primary level from 1 to 5 class, the total number of children aged 5 to 9 years.
They can tell the victim to eat six to eight egg whites instead, Ner said.
"By providing new point-of-sale data and the historical download of equipment sold, Vermeer has taken a proactive step to help its clients protect their assets," said Ryan Shepherd, operations manager at NER. "Because of this step, it just became a riskier proposition for criminals to steal or try to sell stolen Vermeer equipment in the used market."
In JMH, NER's mechanic's lien arose when NER had commenced work on JMH'S generator on August 6, 2008.
A video of War ner's speech when he appears to urge the officials to accept the gifts was provided to FIFA's ethics committee.
Hill, NER's director of insurance services, explained that NER "has proved the value of creating a single point of contact for police to identify stolen equipment 24 hours a day.
The investigators believe this is the first study to examine multiple NER polymorphisms together as susceptibility factors for breast cancer in combination with smoking.
He also wanted to find ways to change NER's product mix away as much as possible from alternative daily cover products to added-value products.
NER now has over 1,000 law enforcement agencies using their databases, which has resulted in the recovery of over $4 million of stolen equipment.
L'enquete sur les NER a permis de rejoindre 1389 menages, dont 942 couples (68% de l'echantillon).
DNA damage recognition and processing are achieved by the nucleotide excision repair (NER) pathway that occurs in all living organisms.