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XAU

ISO 4217 code for gold, a particularly valuable precious metal. Gold is an element with the atomic number 79. It is used for jewelry, electronics and for other purposes. Historically, gold was used in many cultures as the basis for currency, but this is no longer the case. Investments in gold are often used as a hedge against inflation because it tends to maintain its value over time.
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The Chinese delegation was led by XAU Dean Faculty of Veterinary Sciences Prof Yao Gang and others, including Prof Dr Liu Liqiang, Prof Guo Qingyong, Wang Jinquan and UAF Confucius Centre Dean Yang.
Old labials in positions other than initial are absorbed into adjacent vowels, yield-ing diphthongs: au ('water'), xau ('sleep'), aftau ('sun')--the same strong root, * tap-, is also found in tav-('twise); [section]autfev ('nighe), kau.f ('shoe'); also sauz ('green'), saur ('patience') (> Arabic-Pers.
The only way to express the smallest social unit is through combining words such as dau pho mo pho pa, which literally means child-mother child-father, or pga deu teu xau, which means people living in the same house.
The event was arranged by Confucius Institute, the Chinese Cultural Centre, set up at UAF in collaboration with the Xinjiang Agricultural University (XAU), China.
The event was arranged by Punjab first Confucius Institute, the Chinese Cultural Centre, setup at UAF in collaboration with the Xinjiang Agricultural University (XAU), China.
With the newly launched Gold Edge Invest account, Mashreq customers can now own, buy and sell gold currency (XAU) electronically without any security or handling concerns.
Responses to a follow-up question "What do you think is the cause of diabetes?" (Koj xau tias dab tsi ua rau muaj ntshav qab zib?) provided two distinct responses, the first one in which the participants did not know what the condition was.
The multiple markets studied are represented by the following indices: the S&P 500 from 1871 to 2002 (Schiller, 2003) and from (Yahoo, 2003) the Dow Jones Industrial Average (1932-2002), the FTSE 100 (1984-2002), the Philadelphia Exchange Gold and Silver Index, the XAU (1983-2002) and the Dow Jones Commodity Index (1980 -2002.) Those market indices were chosen for the following reasons:
(TSX Venture: XAU) has closed the acquisition of GoldMoney Network Ltd., the company said.