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BEL

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Belgium. The code is used for transactions to and from Belgian bank accounts and for international shipping to Belgium. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Belle's unsurprisingly keen to know what her parents think of Anton and it looks like he has her mum's approval when she says "he's got a sweet side."
She insisted the pair's relationship is genuine and revealed her son will visit Belle's family home when the TV show ends.
The 55-year-old, who runs a popcorn business with husband Michael, 54, also revealed she didn't blame Belle for getting angry with Anton for snogging fellow islander Anna Vakili during a challenge.
La Belle not owe PS40,000 in Matthew Epoque The council, in a statement posted online, said the action was the 'culmination of four years of problems as tenant.'.
"Although Belle continued to experience growth at City of Dreams Manila, its overall operating performance was affected by weaker results at Pacific Online Systems Corporation (Pacific Online), which leases online betting equipment to the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) for their lottery and keno operations," the company said in a filing with the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).
She had described how Belle and her friends were "like a little team" and that they would help her when she was in school or in girl guides.
Belle, whose mum described as "10 going on 18", had also decided she didn't need the money she and her supporters raised for charity and instead asked for it all to be given back to charity, meaning [pounds sterling]30,000 went in her name to five different to charities.
'Belle's revenues and recurring net income for 2018 were both record levels, driven primarily by growth in gaming revenues,' the company said.
Belle recorded a six percent increase in consolidated revenues to P8.5 billion last year from P8 billion in 2017, translating to a 10 percent increase in recurring net income to P3.6 billon from P3.3 billion.
Ron Olson, chief of the DNR Parks and Recreation Division, said that several factors went into the departments decision to consider keeping the race on Belle Isle.