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an inland lagoon-shaped gulf (lake) on the north-eastern shore of the Aniva Gulf in the Sea of Okhotsk. Length, 9 km; width, 7 km; depth, as much as 4.5 m. In the southwest it is connected with the sea by the narrow Suslov Passage; in the northwest it is connected with the Bol’shoe Vavaiskoe, Bol’shoe Chibisanskoe, and Maloe Chibisanskoe lakes. Abundant in this gulf is Ahnfeltia, from which agar is obtained. The gulf is named after N. V. Busse, a member of G. I. Nevel’skoi’s expedition and the first governor of Sakhalin Island.

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CONTACT: Hal Brown, CEO, or Roger Busse, President, COO, both of Pacific Continental Corporation, +1-541-686-8685, banking@therightbank.
Essential Impact Coaching's Marj Busse nominated JOEY to receive the prestigious award from the International Coach Federation (ICF) for their achievements in building a coaching culture since January 2009.
Despite some optimism, Busse is not certain 2003 will see better economic times.
Commenting on current steel industry conditions, Busse said, "In our July 23, 2007, news release and during the subsequent conference call, we discussed steel market conditions and offered our views on the third quarter.
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Under the agreement, T1 will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Origin under the continued leadership of Kent Busse as President.
This combination further diversifies SDrs product offering, provides additional penetration of the joist, truss and girder markets and provides SDI with its first foray into the processed raw materials arena," says Keith Busse, SDI president and CEO.
e) Blumenthal M, Busse WR, Goldberg A, Hall T, Riggins CW, Rister RS.
President and Chief Operating Officer Roger Busse said: "Although we are beginning to see signs of an economic recovery, we can expect continued volatility in the level of our nonperforming assets, which is normal in dealing with a credit cycle tail.
If China is going to really join the world marketplace, its currency is going to have to float," Busse said.
Busse, a sophomore at Marist High School, is the son of Cathi and Stan Busse of Eugene.