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PER

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Peru. The code is used for transactions to and from Peruvian bank accounts and for international shipping to Peru. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.

PER

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This one na- tion, which owns six per cent of the earth and is five per cent of the human race, has SEVENTY per cent of the telephones.
Of course we can't afford to take these structures down under a bonus of five hundred per cent upon the prime cost of our lot and plaster.
However, we were to have a "battery of guns" from the Navy Department (as per advertisement) to be used in answering royal salutes; and the document furnished by the Secretary of the Navy, which was to make "General Sherman and party" welcome guests in the courts and camps of the old world, was still left to us, though both document and battery, I think, were shorn of somewhat of their original august proportions.
The personal interview looks as if there were no trickery, and then no one could object to five per cent.
This, Jones explained, was due to the fact that the cattle had legs and could be driven to Los Angeles at a cost equivalent to the charge per car load.
to pay a flat royalty of twenty-five per cent for a third book, and thirty per cent flat for a fourth.
She snapped her fingers to express her contempt for security of investment at three per cent.
Of the total number of persons engaged in occupations in the United States, only nine-tenths of one per cent are from the Plutocracy, yet the Plutocracy owns seventy per cent of the total wealth.
Of course, sixty-five per cent of the gate receipts, same as with Carthey.
1,200 yards per second; calculations prove that to be sufficient.
A per se, a; t, h, e, the; o per se, o; Demy orgon gorgon.
Of what she earned, Dulcie received six dollars per week.