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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SEYCHELLES.

SC

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of the Seychelles. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Seychellois bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Seychelles. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Seychelles. Each district has its own code with the prefix "SC." For example, the code for the District of Bel Air is ISO 3166-2:SC-09.
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Caption: The stainless steel barrel is actually a tube screwed into the scandium barrel housing to help keep the weight down.
It is shown that self-reversed scandium lines are a proper diagnostic tool for temperature determination in HID lamps.
Scandium is not easily found on this planet, with the Scandinavian countries and Madagascar being the frequently mentioned locations.
So, on radiograms of powders of the alloys with scandium, especially with a highest content (Figure 3), near reflexes of [psi]- and [beta]-phases system of additional low-intensity lines was registered at diffraction angles 20.5; 29.05; 41.53 and 46.71.
Mitsubishi's new patented technology adds an additional dimension by incorporating a sputtered tungsten coating to a dispersed scandium oxide cathode for a much longer CRT life and nearly twice the current density of conventional impregnated-oxide designs.
- Permitting programs underway at the Platina Scandium Project (PSP) following the successful completion of the positive Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) in December 2018
ENPNewswire-July 25, 2019--New Mine Lease Grant Received for Scandium International's Nyngan Project in Australia
Clean TeQ Holdings Limited has confirmed that it has commenced a partnering process for its wholly-owned Sunrise nickel, cobalt and scandium project at Fifield.
The 340 PD--at $1,019 MSRP--is obviously a premium offering, featuring a 2-piece sleeved barrel, scandium frame and a titanium cylinder.
that proposes to produce multiple "Critical Minerals", Niobium, Scandium, and Titanium, in this case, that all have key uses in national defense and civilian technologies and upon which the U.S.
But here you are in the July/August issue with articles about "Sensible Heavy-Bullet Sixgun Loads" and "Playin' Favorites: .357 Magnum." So fine, after a few years of it sitting in a box, now I just had to take it to the range with a box of cartridges my brother bought for his Scandium J-Frame--with one bullet missing, ha!