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large African antelope having a head with horns like an ox and a long tufted tail

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The declaration added that the wise perspectives of the Custodian of the Two Mosques concerning consolidation of integration among the GCC states agreed upon by the GCC leaders in this summit was among the top priorities of the joint GCC action for the next round.
Outcome of the 62nd meeting of Committee of Governors of GCC Monetary Institutions and Central Banks in the GCC
Higher Education System in GCC Countries - Higher Education System in Bahrain - Higher Education System in Kuwait - Higher Education System in Oman - Higher Education System in Qatar - Higher Education System in Saudi Arabia - Higher Education System in UAE 2.
Such external policies of Jordan could help resolve tension between Iran and the GCC bloc.
The topics discussed at the meeting included the UAE's proposals to develop the GCC Common Market and to document the basic principles of the VAT system, the Qatar initiative regarding the WTO natural gas and the functioning of the customs information center as well as establishing the GCC development programme.
Further, Al-Shimali said director generals of GCC Customs Unions will
The Dow Jones Islamic Market GCC and the Dow Jones Islamic Market MENA indexes are part of the Dow Jones Islamic Market index series and measure the stock performance of companies that have passed rules-based screens for Shari'ah compliance and exclude companies engaged in the following lines of business: alcohol, tobacco, pork-related products, financial services, defense/weapons and entertainment.
GCC states fear that naturalisation would have economic, social, demographic, political and security consequences.
The other honorees will be Virginia Manker, GCC's first women's athletic director; Damon Bame, who played football at GCC in 1961 before leading the USC Trojans to a national championship in 1962; Ed Tucker, the track coach whose team won the state championship in 1959; and the 1977 women's cross-country team, who remain the only GCC women's cross-country team to win a state championship.
The GCC Airpass has been specially devised to enable passengers to travel within the region at a low fare.
The idea is that students petition their student governments, asking that the companies the university has invested in withdraw from the GCC.
Another interesting result of some simple addition is that the GCC has been the largest source of foreign income based on trade, economic aid and remittances into Egypt for every year from 1979 to 1996.
GCC Secretary General Abdullatif Al-Zayani stressed directives by the GCC leaders on providing a favorable comprehensive legislative environment for realizing economic integration among the member states.
Muscat, February 22 (ONA) The GCC Statistical Centre (GCC-Stat) held its first board of directors meeting of 2015 today.
Muscat: Oman is working for the progress of all decisions agreed on between the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries regarding the GCC Common Market, said a top official from the Sultanate's ministry of finance.