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VU

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for VANUATU.
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Voit was back in the New York Yankees' lineup at first base for Sunday's 8-4 loss to Colorado, while left fielder Brett Gardner was scratched after hurting his left knee and may miss a few days.
"I hope to inspire other kids to know they can make a difference too," Voit said.
According to a (https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/4321252-USA-v-Konrads-Voits-Complaint.html) complaint first filed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on July 5, Voits used a social engineering campaign-including making phone calls and sending spear-phishing emails-targeted at employees of Washtenaw County Jail employees in an attempt to trick the workers into downloading and running malware on their computers.
Five tenders for the import of (a) filters for C 120 Mercedes buses, (b) steel tablets and other accessories for Voit automatic transmission for the C 120 buses, for the K 315 buses and for the Nasr 966 buses, (c) ball bearing for Voit automatic transmissions for C 120 buses, K 315 buses, Nasr 966 buses and 871 type buses, (d) other spare parts for Voit automatic transmission for the same buses, also (e) supply and erection of 75 ZF transmission complete for the Nasr 871 buses.
Voit Commercial Brokerage, Newport Beach, California, auctioned a 7,405-square-foot turnkey flex industrial condominium in Irvine, California, on the platform.
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Voit is as fair as one can be to New Zealand society as it then was, and to the problems, not all of New Zealand's making, which Wolfskehl faced.
In a column today, its editor, Stan Voit, explains, "I've been a newspaperman for most of the last 35 years.
Caption(s): A statement from the Re-Cyclos collection / Stephen Treffinger of domino magazine / Designers Pepe Garcia and Alberto Martinez / Safa Hummel of Lladr / Alain Voit CEO of Lladr
In 1928, Dorothy Eustis, an American trainer of police and army dogs, established her own centre called "L'Oeil qui Voit" (The Seeing Eye) in Vevy, Switzerland.