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SU

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Soviet Union prior to its dissolution. This was the code used in international transactions to and from Soviet bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Soviet Union. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the Soviet Union.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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We're definitely committed to asking the Justice Department to sue in federal court to overturn the map,'' Clayton said.
Next, the SUE provider uses appropriate surface geophysical methods such as pipe and cable locators, terrain conductivity methods, metal detectors, and ground-penetrating radar to designate existing subsurface utilities or to trace a particular utility system.
The Bush administration, while opposing the Foundation's right to sue, does not seem willing to go as far as Sekulow and Moore would like.
In addition to verbal expression, nonverbal characteristics, such as the tone of voice and body movements, play a vital role in a child's self-expression (Sue & Sue, 2003).
Growing up in the majority culture, Sue (1998) reported that when he interacted with people outside his family, he was made to feel "inferior and ashamed of my racial identity and heritage" (p.
Clearly, Sue views her options in this situation as dichotomous: (a) staying true to the belief that her role is to mediate divorce cases, which will inevitably lead to the end of her mediation practice, or (b) succumbing to the judges' desires for her to change her role to an arbitrator of divorce cases in order to maintain her practice.
Sue had broken ribs on both sides of her body, probably from two separate incidents.
Between her neck and ribcage, Sue also has an enormous forked wish bone, or furcula: the first ever found in a T.
Privity requires a direct connection or contractual relationship to exist between an accountant and a third party for the latter to be able to sue the SysTrust practitioner.
K, if you're a defamed public figure and you don't sue, you're perceived as a cowardly wimp or guilty as charged.
Many Mexican American families include extended relatives who often live in the same household (Sue & Sue, 1990).
Thus, in this response to the case study of Sue (Rehfuss, 2003), I combine some of the latest developmental theory with a subjective approach in order to assess and work with the client, Sue, as she finds her way through her career crisis.