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GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Senegal. The code is used for transactions to and from Senegalese bank accounts and for international shipping to Senegal. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Sen. Gregorio Honasan declared P25,882,099 total assets, with no liabilities.
Both also advocate further use of clean coal technologies, but Sen. McCain takes the extra step of pushing for construction of nuclear power plants--a definite plus for him.
Sen. McCain went on: "Further, these ads are almost always negative attack ads, and do little to further beneficial debate and healthy political dialogue." Now, when Sen.
Sen. Kohl said a lot of that "stepping up" will revolve around the ever-crucial question of how to handle the nation's current crop of seniors and the major Baby Boomer crowd right behind it.
Hogan: "Sen. Harkin, as chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, HHS and Education, is responsible for setting funding levels for such things as medical research, provider oversight and the just-passed Nurse Reinvestment Act to address the staffing shortage.
Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III declared a net worth P28,662,212 while Sen.
In addition to bucking the White House on Social Security, Graham had recently held a press conference with Sen. Clinton to push a bill extending health care to National Guard members and their families.
Pia Cayetano with 53.3 percent and former Sen. Lito Lapid with 53 percent.
Of the actives, SapNRG gained 2.5 sen to 79 sen, PUC added one sen to 26.5 sen, AAX advanced 1.5 sen to 40.5 sen, Nexgram inched up half-a-sen to 6.5 sen, while SKH slid half-a-sen to 8.5 sen.
Sen had been admitted to a hospital in the city last month with a chest infection and her condition worsened on Thursday night, doctors said.