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DOM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for the Dominican Republic. The code is used for transactions to and from DR bank accounts and for international shipping to the DR. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Sax then straps Mikey to a chair, as the former detective-turned-hitman explains why it's necessary.
Sax, who is originally from Belgium, moved to Eugene in 1994.
The company's goods are inspired by the latest fashion trend and color forecasting, and may look expensive, but "they're priced at a level that enables a woman to buy them without thinking twice about the cost," Sax notes.
During his talks, Sax attempted to educate school administrators, teachers, school board members and college faculty on methods for taking gender into account in the classroom.
Both Holmes and Professor Sax recognize that property has a
Admired by Berlioz, Sax registered a patent in 1846 for what was described as "a system of wind instruments, the saxophone".
Dickens, Sax says, "established a fashion for ravens as pets," suggesting that the great author wrote Barnaby Rudge partly as solace for the death of his beloved pet, which "may have died from swallowing pieces of broken glass.
Dr Sax said teenage girls, unlike adults, struggled to understand that people were intentionally making themselves look good.
The sax player perfectionist hated the result when he heard it played back.
Rajjoub's jazz music often begins with a sax solo, followed by a gradual infusion of percussions, piano and bass guitar that accompany the sax to reach a crescendo before concluding with another sax solo.
Julian won the hearts of millions of viewers and since the show Sony has released the album Chilled 2 the Sax under Julian''s other stage name Joolz Gianni.
We are seeking to gain a better understanding of the 'known unknowns'--the highly improbable yet high-impact risks that the recent catastrophes have highlighted," says Ward Sax, vice president, treasurer and chief risk officer.