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NT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Iraqi-Saudi Neutral Zone, which ceased to exist in 1991.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Iraqi-Saudi Neutral Zone. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the territory.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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For those who want to take along their four-legged friends to a National Trust property there's dog friendly cafes and stunning landscapes for them to run around.
"National Trust rangers, volunteers and partner organisations will shortly begin to assess the impact of the devastation and take the first steps to help the landscape and wildlife to recover.
So to your readers who are National Trust members and are eligible to vote, if they agree with me that hunting belongs in the past, they can vote on a motion submitted by more than 50 National Trust members and supported by the League Against Cruel Sports, which if passed, will ban trail hunting on National Trust land.
Anyone can enter, from smartphone snappers to fullyfledged professional photographers - whether you're a National Trust member or not.
"The National Trust will make a further statement in due course."
Q Tell us a little known fact about the artist: A In 1999, Takumasa Ono, who was an official artist of the National Trust in Japan, toured the UK first visiting and sketching 58 National Trust properties.
John Twigg, area ranger for the National Trust said: "We're delighted that Karl Tatler have chosen to support us through their Bag for Life scheme.
The museum will celebrate the story of the railway and the waterfront together with the surveying of the Territory beginning with Goyder, National Trust (NT) Director Elizabeth Close said.
Brill national trust adverts on at mo - 50 things to do before you are 11 and 3/4 @tracytwittee
Actor Jude Law, chefs The Fabulous Baker Brothers and England rugby ace Austin Healey are among those who have shared photographs of the places that mean the most to them as part of a nationwide scheme by the National Trust to celebrate the importance of 'special places' in people's lives.
Family day trips are the perfect British pastime, which is why Crosse & Blackwell have teamed up with the National Trust to give away 10 special one-month family taster packages worth over PS90 each, plus a selection of tasty soups.
[ClickPress, Tue Nov 20 2012] The National Trust has announced that, following a recruitment drive over the summer holidays, a group of ten youngsters, aged between seven and 11 from across the country, have been recruited by the charity for its Kid's Council.
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