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ATA

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Antarctica. The code is used for international shipping to Antarctica. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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She got into the Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Psychology double degree at Macquarie University with an ATAR around 96.
They're happy because the old woman will soon be able to rest forever," Atar explained, "and, naturally, because of the merriment the occasion promises and the opportunity it gives them to enhance the family's prestige.
census in Atar area; a figure below a threshold required for a
There is a strong relationship between Year 9 NAPLAN results and whether or not a student attains an ATAR, he said.
By Philip Thon Aleu April 14, 2009 (BOR) -- A peace and reconciliation conference between Atar and Khorfulus communities of Jonglei State has resolved to adopt the Canal County as the new name.
James Yor Chol also underscored conflicts - mainly between Atar and Khorfulus communities over County name, headquarters location and administrative distribution as well as what he described as "poorly staffed schools" amongst major challenges his administration is trying to knock-off road to prosperity.
Your Excellency, Subject: The alleged Wanton Attack on Anakdiar, Abanim, Obang, Atar (Collo areas), the land grabbing in Madi and Acholi land and the continued LRA's attacks and brutal killings of civilians in Western Equatoria State.
The group expressed "substantial" doubt that ATAR will be able to continue as a "going concern.
Lee Buchanan, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, approving full-rate production of the ATARS.
Deliveries of the ATARS began last year, ending an eight-year hiatus for the Corps' tacrecce capability (since the retirement of the RF-4B in August 1990), and ATARS-equipped Hornets, designated F/A-18D(RC) following conversion, entered combat operations in May of this year.
The source reported the Navy has not experienced the same problems with ATARS as has the Air Force (see "Air Force, Martin Marietta Halt ATARS Program" in the August 1993 issue of JED, p.