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Tun

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Tunisia. The code is used for transactions to and from Tunisian bank accounts and for international shipping to Tunisia. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Strikes from Paul Roberts and Kenny Young made it 4-1 before Seb Tunning pulled one back.
He believes that there is a lot of political interference in the tunning of Tazara and as long as the two governments insist on having managing directors who will obey politicians at the expense of business sense, the company's problems will never go away.
Memory tunning: One must make sure the SGA is tuned correctly.
Testing involves the use of a Semmes-Weinstein 5.07 (10-g) monofilament and 128-Hz tunning fork.
Por otra parte, las exigencias actuales de la sociedad han demostrado que la creatividad, el ser aprendedor de por vida, la capacidad de liderazgo, la capacidad critica y autocritica, trabajo en equipo, habilidades interpersonales, la busqueda de informacion, la resolucion de problemas, la complejidad para abordar la problematica de salud, la reflexion en la accion son, entre otras, competencias indispensables para el desempeno laboral de los futuros profesionales de la salud (Tunning Educational Structures in Europe, 2003).
It was around the same time that her father's company signed as tunning EUR50m a year deal with iconic New York jewellers Tiffany's.
The push-pull action of dopamine The push-pull action of dopamine on spatial tunning of the monkey retina: The effects of dopaminergic deficiency and selective D1 and D2 receptor ligands on the pattern electroretinogram.
The Royal Palace is as tunning sight, and there's a 19th Century-style funicular railway that takes you up the hill to it, to get a panoramic view across the city and the massive Danube.