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ZMB

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Zambia. The code is used for transactions to and from Zambian bank accounts and for international shipping to Zambia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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ZMB made it clear that the outcome of the mismanaged state-owned enterprises of the yore does not in actual fact elicit its support in the proposal by Atiku to privatise the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), but rather, it supports the war against corruption, so as to avoid the paradox of selling state-owned enterprises on one hand to cronies and using public fund, on the other hand, to shore up failed cronies enterprises, which led to the over N5 trillion which AMCON was owing the citizenry.
An overview of these two indicators brings into focus the fact that throughout the beginning of the post-communist period, the main factor of demographic growth for the ZMB townships was natural population growth, with a positive natural increase, with the exception of three towns.
Previously confused with K sectatrix, Knudsen & Clements (2013) recorded this species from both sides of the Atlantic and the Indo-Pacific region, and listed the following three specimens from Bermuda: ZMB 7866 (100 mm SL), ZMB 7997 (186 mm SL) and ZMUC journ.
MOL sells 50pc stake in ZMB BUDAPEST: Hungarian oil and gas group MOL has sold its 50 per cent stake in the company that operates the Zapadno-Malobalykskoye (ZMB) oil field in Russia to two Russian firms, MOL said in a statement.
13 August 2013 - Hungarya[euro](tm)s MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Public Limited Company (BDP:MOL) said it had offloaded its 50% interest in the operator of the Zapadno-Malobalykskoye (ZMB) oil field in Russia to two unnamed Russian firms.
Hungary's MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Public Limited Company (BDP:MOL) said it had offloaded its 50% interest in the operator of the Zapadno-Malobalykskoye (ZMB) oil field in Russia to two unnamed Russian firms.
LUX Luxembourg (a) MDG Madagascar MWI Malawi MUS Mauritius MEX Mexico MAR Morocco NLD Netherlands NZL New Zealand NGA Nigeria NOR Norway (a) PAN Panama PRY Paraguay PER Peru PHL Philippines PRT Portugal SLE Sierra Leone ESP Spain LKA Sri Lanka SWE Sweden CHE Switzerland SYR Syrian Arab Republic TWN Taiwan, China (b) THA Thailand TUR Turkey GBR United Kingdom USA United States (a) YUG Yugoslavia (b) ZMB Zambia ZWE Zimbabwe (a) indicates countries excluded in sample used for estimation in columns (2) and (4) of Tables 3, 4, and 5.
After reading the August issue cover-to-cover as I usually do, I can't help but comment on Patrick Sweeney's Mossberg 500 ZMB feature.
The big red bat, Lasiurus egregius, is a distinctive vespertilionid known from Armila (8[degrees]41'N, 77[degrees]27"W; United States National Museum, USNM 11175), Provincia de San Blas, Panama; 9.5 km S, 11.5 km W Sinnamary (5[degrees]280N, 53[degrees]000W; Carnegie Museum of Natural History CM 88677), French Guiana; and two Brazilian records, one from Mocambo (=Belem; 01[degrees]27'N, 48[degrees]29'W; USNM 392993), Para, and one from an unspecified locality (Zoologisches Museum der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, ZMB 3762, type specimen) in Santa Catarina, Brazil (Peters, 1871; Fairchild and Handley, 1966; Handley, 1966; Williams et al., 1990; Paynter and Traylor, 1991).
Zobell Marine broth (ZMB), Nutrient broth (NB), Glycerol asparagine broth (GAB), Seawater yeast extract peptone broth (SWYPB) and Mineral salts tryptone sucrose medium (MSTS) with peptone as nitrogen source were evaluated for the impact of media components on pigment production.
Additional specimens of Drymonema, all fixed in formalin, were studied at the Museum of Natural History in Berlin, Germany (ZMB), and the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC (USNM).