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GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Comoros. The code is used for transactions to and from Comorian bank accounts and for international shipping to Comoros. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Second, OLE Automation provides a framework to set a standard for the Common Object Model (COM), enabling users to create building blocks for application development and code that can be reusable.
OLE APIs are open, and Microsoft has lined up a few partners (notably Software AG) to port OLE over to Unix, MVS, and OS/400 environments.
The audio masters at the Grand Ole Opry maintain the most discerning taste in acoustic music which contains within its notes the most expressive and highest dynamic range of any music in the world.
Ole Miss, after blowing a seven-point lead in the second half, trailed Notre Dame by a point.
Prior to OLE, Javier Escobedo had a long history of leading and developing some of the world's best-known brands from the client side.
Dominguez, a former assistant at USC, coached against Ole Miss the last two seasons at USC and UTEP.
Grand Ole Opry Live on GAC has been beneficial to the network, the Opry and country music, overall," said Steve Buchanan, senior vice president for media and entertainment for Gaylord Entertainment.
They said she could have six Ole Oles and still not blow her points,'' Yvonne said.
Becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry brought to fruition a dream I'd had since I first performed on that historic stage so many years ago," said Wariner.
Tonight CBS airs ``Grand Ole Opry 75th - A Celebration,'' taped last month at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House, the Opry's home since 1974.
Ole may be blind, but he still has an excellent sense of direction.
In addition to the television special, the Grand Ole Opry and GAC are also pursuing other avenues to raise awareness of and money for the hurricane relief effort.