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LIE

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Liechtenstein. The code is used for transactions to and from Liechtensteiner bank accounts and for international shipping to Liechtenstein. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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"As science fact catches up with science fiction, it makes me wonder about what lies ahead"
A life, devoid of color but that of the terror which lies ahead,
the pressure is on to transform our system to handle the growing and changing air traffic that lies ahead."
Victorious touring Wales captain Mark Taylor today reflected on a job well done following the successful trip to North America, but immediately warned his young guns: 'The hard work lies ahead.'
Halprin shows us how the body of defiant youthfulness and prowess that marked Parades and Changes gives way to the collapsed and weakened near-corpse of old age, riddled with the anxiety of what lies ahead. Halprin's nude body was barely covered by her gaping hospital gown as she swung her arms vacantly against her chest and mouthed silent cries.
Sursely, a triple-amputee of the Vietnam War, knows what lies ahead for the young men and women who have lost limbs.
In our Comment, we rehash some of the gories of the campaign and then examine what lies ahead. Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Global Exchange and Code Pink, gives her clearheaded assessment.
Because past experiences can provide a perfect reference tool for solving problems in the future, MODERN CASTING put together a roundtable discussion of environmental, health and safety experts to discuss the drastic changes the specialty has seen over the past 30 years and to help future generations deal with what lies ahead.
Other Iraqis are less concerned with the continued presence of foreign troops, and remain optimistic about what lies ahead. "There is only one thing we are looking for now--an elected government in the future," says Kamal Mohammed, a Baghdad shopkeeper.
The women of Iraq are under no illusions about the great struggle that lies ahead. They took to the streets to demand more protections in the transitional constitution.
We would rather be impressed and awed by the tributes to the glory of God that we might build than embrace Jesus' talk of his departure via a cross, Jesus' prediction that great suffering lies ahead, Jesus' pronouncement that the life of faith means taking up our own cross, and Jesus' promise that we must die in order to live.