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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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The Shapiro-Wilk test determined the normality in the TUT verified by the group, which allowed the use of the mean for the experimental protocol.
With the pit filled and Tut's body buried beneath the weight of so many things, the barnacle skin cowboy is convinced he will sleep well tonight.
Seebeck Department of Electronics, TUT, describes the results of their investigation on time dependence of the parameters of LED light sources.
The musical in two acts starts with a group of Egyptians mourning their dead King Ekhnaton (believed to be the father of Tut Ankh Amon).
Shortly before Tut died, in about 1324 B.C., he may have fractured his leg in a fall, the study's authors say.
Tut was afflicted with a cleft palate, mild clubfoot in his left foot and other bone ailments.
Recognized as a national centre of engineering and technology culture, TUT offers internationally recognized engineering education, expands cooperation with the member countries of the European Union as well as with research institutions of Third World countries, participates as a partner in international organizations and in cooperation programmes and networks and programmes of the European Union.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-2 April 2007-Motorola announces completion of acquisition of Tut Systems(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Tut Systems' Astria(R) content processors (CP) power more than 150 IPTV systems worldwide.
The official site for the Tut exhibition contains useful information about venues and ticketing.
And this wild and crazy guy increased his following when he went on the show in 1978 dressed as a pharaoh to sing a tribute to King Tut, whose burial treasures were then touring the country.