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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
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Do

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Dominican Republic. This is the code used in international transactions to and from DR bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Dominican Republic. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the DR. Each DR province has its own code with the prefix "DO." For example, the code for the Province of Hato Mayor is ISO 3166-2:DO-30.
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The point is: We have a culture in which what should be the ordinary way of doing things (e.g., doing one's job or duty) seems to be unusual.
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Too often those in shops are surly and unhelpful, giving the impression they are doing one a favour just by serving one.
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"I almost feel like a Boy Scout who, instead of doing one good deed in a day, has done one good deed in his life," he wrote his wife after yet another expedition to Havana.
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Then we have the slowest of the slow with Monarch (RIP) doing one long track.
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Your patient has seen one or more distance races on television, read about one or another type in the sports pages, perhaps seen a race in person, or heard about doing one from a friend or family member.
As they point out, "If we think of coaching as a separate activity conducted in lengthy individual meetings without near-term output, we will never find the time or develop the incentives to support it adequately." How many initiatives have gone by the wayside as doing one's day job takes precedence?
Fertility resumed its fall, tumbling well below zero growth levels; a massive retreat from marriage commenced, and Western societies seemed to lose all sense of inherited family order." The old sanctions against promiscuity disappeared; a new moral code was crafted to justify "doing one's own thing": sex, drugs, riots, rock and roll.