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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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Nor Lines is providing an extensive land operation with a network of 60 terminals along the Norwegian coast which connect the trucking and sea operation, providing a door-to-door solution.
With the buy of DnB NORD, operating 155 branches in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, DnB NOR said it aims to grow in this region, which it sees to have a higher growth potential than western Europe.
Since 2005, DnB NOR and NORD/LB have held 51% and 49%, respectively, of Bank DnB Nord, which operates in the Baltic states.
the block nor the smells from the cafeteria in a house like the others
Although Macronix and Winbond make NOR Flash memory chips for non-handset uses, they have received flooding orders thanks to NOR Flash players shifting profession to mobile-phone chips from consumer-electronic chips, leaving a huge shortage to be filled by chipmakers specializing in consumer-electronics chips.
Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.
If the fire was not at its center, nor water, then earth too would not be in its center--which is complete corruption of thought, but does not change the law of nature.
Most of the 1,122 women who enrolled in the study were black (89%), were younger than 25 (53%), had no more than a high school education (70%) and were neither married nor living with a partner (89%).
Contrary to claims made in certain of the catalogue essays, Ikemura's images are neither romantic nor allegorical; nor are the girls ghosts.
SI's discovery of a Samsung NOR flash in a Nokia smart phone back in July, confirmed Samsung's entry into the NOR market, sending shockwaves through the industry.
It is true, of course, that neither the UK nor France nor Germany nor Russia nor China nor Japan nor India is anywhere near being as strong as America, and I doubt that any of the countries named is as open to the newcomer as America is.
There is not a catacomb nor a priest's hole in all the land, not a burning court nor a pogrom nor an inquisition, nor one small, fearful group whispering prayers behind a locked door.