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QAT

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Qatar. The code is used for transactions to and from Qatari bank accounts and for international shipping to Qatar. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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SOAP QUEEN Jessie Wallace as Kat with her screen family
After the race, Kat, Ty and Anna celebrate at Winterfest and though Ty plans to head back to New York with Anna soon, that doesn't mean it's the end for him and Kat, as he "reveals a surprise that gives Kat a new hope for their future.
Next on the menu is the Kit Kat Chocolatory Parfait.
Police had Seth's confession but couldn't prove Kat was involved in the murder.
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IN Kat and EMMERDALE (7pm ITV) HIV isn't the life sentence that it once was, and those fags that Val is chainsmoking to get through her ordeal are more likely to finish her off.
An emergency plot was put together that saw Kat leave Walford to go to nurse her sick father Charlie.
From the day of its opening until today an impressive 1,150 children from across the UAE have visited the creative wing of the factory -- the Kit Kat Children's Gallery.
Kat wears black and silver sequin flame dress pounds 150 Kat wears flower strap back dress pounds 125 Tali wears ruffle scallop hem dress pounds 80 Kat wears spot tuelle prom dress pounds 75 Kat wears embellished shoulder dress pounds 55 Tali wears pink tu-tu pounds 80 Kat wears black and silver dress pounds 150 and Tali wears blue sequin dress pounds 180
The launch, which follows a successful year for Kit Kat with total brand sales up 3% to [pounds sterling]202m, will be backed with a [pounds sterling]3m media campaign including a new TV ad, women's press, outdoor and online.
Kat and Sallu shared several jokes when Kat appeared on Bigg Boss to promote her film Tees Maar Khan .
just-food: Could you give a little background or history of the various Kit Kat flavours that have been produced in Japan?