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BOL

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Bolivia. The code is used for transactions to and from Bolivian bank accounts and for international shipping to Bolivia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Boles and his engineering team extended the pan and horizontal mixer lines into the industrial and environmental markets in 1985, while also realizing that the concrete industry would soon look for an equipment source offering more than mixers alone.
This is rich coming from a chap whose father, Sir Jack Boles, was then head of the National Trust.
Boles bought the 2-acre lot in the Pacific Industrial Park for $161,100, according to deeds.
"How many people would willingly study for and enter a career if they knew beforehand that their first day on the job would be very much like their last 30 or 40 years later?" Troen and Boles ask.
Mr Boles, an architect of the Norway Plus/Common Market 2.0 plan which was defeated this time by 21 votes, quit the Tory party after the result was announced.
After a profile of the Hall Green Labour MP appeared in The Times, Mr Boles tweeted: "There is something about @ jessphillips that I find irresistible."
Mr Boles wants the UK to ditch the current plan for a 21-month transition to Brexit and instead "park" in a Norway-style arrangement for a limited period.
was created over four decades ago by oilfield veteran, Pete Boles, who dreamt of creating a major employer in his hometown of Marlow, OK.
Brad Boles, a Republican, was sworn into the Oklahoma House of Representatives on Friday to represent House District 51.
BOLES, PROFESSOR OF history at Rice University and former editor of the Journal of Southern History, who in Jefferson: Architect of American Liberty has produced the first full-scale biography of the founder since Merrill D.
Frank Boles' Sailing Into History weaves together stories of navigation, corporate investments, vicious labor disputes, and government regulation to present a multifaceted story of maritime shipping on the Great Lakes.