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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Workers at Christian Care were engaged under the conditions determined by a collective agreement between Christian Care and the union representing non-nurse carers and Red Gum Communities engaged employees under AWAs.
River Red Gums can live for up to a thousand years.
The constant removal of resources and changes in water flows threaten the long-term survival of this wonderful river red gum forest.
Red gum, the material from the heartwood, is reddish brown in color, often with dark streaks and interesting figures.
The brief news announcement stated that an English timber buyer was in the state to purchase red gum lumber, which he intended to use in paving the streets of various British cities.
There is clear evidence of positive local-scale environmental outcomes, with positive ecological responses including fish spawning and movement, enhanced bird breeding events and improvements in the health of some areas of native vegetation including river red gum forests.
Its shores are flat, and sandy in the vicinity of the dense growth of Red Gum and box timber growing on and at the base of the sand-dunes, but are extremely muddy near the water's edge.
the vegetation--mainly box with red gum at either end of it, at various pools out of the Darling and out of the Murray--it all got a drink as well and was rejuvenated."
The former sheep and cattle farm at Meerlieu boasted significant remnant vegetation types, including the threatened Gippsland grassy woodland, sedge wetlands containing the nationally endangered Dwarf Kerrawang, and Forest Red Gum communities.
Usually the heartwood is sold as red gum while the less commercially valuable sapwood is called sap gum.