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G8:

see Group of Eight under Group of SevenGroup of Seven
(G7), international organization officially established in 1985 to facilitate economic and commercial cooperation among the world's largest industrial nations, including efforts to aid the economies of non-G7 nations.
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MIKE GOTTFRIED, former Kansas coach and current ESPN college football analyst, on learning that the odds against the Jayhawks winning the Big Eight title are 100 to 1: "Who's the one guy who thinks we can do it?"
THE Make Poverty History Campaign has already achieved all it is likely to at the G8 Summit in Gleneagles The hard work on debt relief was thrashed out between finance ministers of the big eight in New York and London at the beginning of June.
July order results from other members of the Big Eight are listed below.
The Big Eight accounting firms of Fender's college days are now down to four.
Six years earlier, only two of the Big Eight firms, all of which wrote letters to the Metcalf subcommittee that were photocopied in The Accounting Establishment (1976), used stationery identifying the sender as accountants or auditors.
He grew up in Kansas, went to Kansas State on a scholarship and was the first African-American baseball player in the Big Eight Conference.
The only thing the big eight clubs in South Wales could agree on is that under no circumstances should North and Mid Wales have a professional regional side.
Rather, "we're looking to make a safer product." Many soy-sensitive consumers are also allergic to other foods, particularly those among the big eight. Singling out soy's major allergen could shorten the list of products they need to avoid.
Remember when the Big Eight had offices in Fresno and Bakersfield?
From the outset, the Big Eight summit in Genoa was doomed to become nothing more than a pretext for widespread protests.
The big eight, highlighted in a survey by information solutions company Experian, is topped by Gloucester, placed fourth in the list based on the profit and loss of companies in more than 430 towns across the UK.