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  • New Guinea is second largest island in the world, in the western Pacific Ocean, off the northern coast of Australia. New Guinea shih shihjieh di-2 dah
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  • with straight single-line border. “CORREOS” in top panel, “EKUELE” and “GUINEA ECUA.” in two panels at bottom. TM: DC raised with boxed 4-digit S# below
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  • Guinea-Bissau gained its independence from Portugal on 10 September, 1974. The stamps are inscribed GUINE-BISSAU, both with and without the hyphen. 1
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  • The Republic of Guinea gained its independence in 1959. All stamps have REPUBLIQUE DU GUINEE in the frank. For meter stamps that came into use before 1959
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  • Guinea Pigs (also called cavies after their scientific name) are rodents belonging to the family Caviidae and the genus Cavia. Despite their common name
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  • control. New Guinea was the only part of the East Indies not given up. Elections were held across Dutch New Guinea in 1959 and an elected New Guinea Council
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  • Great Britain Greece Greenland Grenada Guadaloupe Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia
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  • Dracunculiasis is infection with Dracunculus medinensis, a nematode worm. It is caused by drinking water containing water fleas (Cyclops species) that
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  • Britain Great Britain Offices Abroad Greece Greek Post Abroad Greenland Grenada Griqualand West Guadeloupe Guatemala Guernsey Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana
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  • cases in Guinea Two new Ebola cases have been confirmed in Guinea, almost three months after it celebrated the end of the outbreak. Guinea liaanggeh
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  • and Manokwari, were not set up until 1898. In 1923, the Nieuw Guinea Beweging (New Guinea Movement) was created in the Netherlands by ultra right-wing
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  • Cabo Verde (Cape Verde) Goa (Goa) Guiné-Bissau (Guinea-Bissau) Guiné Equatorial (Equatorial Guinea) Macau (Macao) Moçambique (Mozambique) Portugal
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  • Q-R S T U V W-Z Pakistan Palau Palestine Panama Papal State Papua New Guinea Paraguay Parma Penrhyn Island Peru Philippines Pitcairn Islands Poland Polish
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  • N O P Q-R S T U V W-Z East Africa (British) Eastern Rumelia Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Epirus Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia (Abyssinia)
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  • Guinea, and several other island nations in the surrounding area. Dahyarng Zhou shih dihlii mirngcheng, yihsi shih Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea
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  • Guinea was created as a colony by France in 1890 with Noël Balley as the first governor. The capital Conakry was founded on Tombo Island in the same year
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  • (ABDACOM). In January, Japan invaded Burma, the Dutch East Indies, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and captured Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Rabaul. After
    19 KB (3,081 words) - 02:58, 17 August 2014
  • Georgien Germany Deutschland Ghana Ghana Greece Griechenland Grenada Grenada Guatemala Guatemala Guinea Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau Guyana Guyana
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  • Netherlands Netherlands Antilles (Curacao) Netherlands Indies Netherlands New Guinea New Brunswick (Canada) New Caledonia New Hebrides (British) New Hebrides
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  • NEW GUINEA” in the frank B - Independent state from 1975, with “PAPUA NEW GUINEA” or “PNG” in the frank C - Australia franks used in Papua New Guinea without
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