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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In both cases, the code is obsolete.
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If a public official merely satisfies himself with an angry denial, people start wondering, repeat the libel, and think, "If you don't sue, it must be true."
Shifting away from a behavioral assessment and returning to a personality-level feature alluded to earlier provides a different perspective on Sue's case.
In practice, it would seem, the dimensions of today's Title IX right to sue are whatever O'Connor, the Court's moderate swing vote, says they are.
This head-in-the-sand approach may work for my husband and his brother, but it is obviously not working for Sue. Is there anything I can do?
The next summer, Sue dedicated herself to becoming proficient with her bow.
But the effect of such revisions must remain superficial when one considers both the force of Jude's controlling perspective on Sue and the continuing influence of the novel's original intention.
"Since we began using SUE, we have been able to design around utilities and avoid utility hits during construction," says Cheryl Cathey, section chief of preliminary engineering at the Illinois DOT.
Instead, the case has become bogged down over the issue of "standing"--the fight to sue.
I asked ACPE for some help and listened to Sue Cejka's video 'Negotiating a Contract and Closing the Deal' to help me with the negotiation process."
Sue and Sue (2003), who have been at the forefront of this discussion, have described commonly recognized multicultural competencies that fall in the following major domains: awareness, knowledge, and skills.
The purpose of this profile is to provide a deeper understanding regarding Sue's historical centrality in the creation and development of multicultural approaches to counseling.
Block cites the case of an Alabama child whose mother was not able to sue after her son came home with black-and-blue marks from a teacher who used a paddle because the child was picking his nose.