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An island in the Marianas Oceania, whose Chamorro natives have had their brains extensively researched by Japanese and American neuropathologists attempting to determine why the natives are particularly susceptible to the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis-Parkinson’s-Alzheimer’s dementia complex—ALS-P-A
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Currently, Plano, Texas-based USRC operates 198 facilities in 20 states and the Territory of Guam.
territory of Guam has been a pillar of the 2006 bilateral accord on the realignment of U.
The committee's report outlines educational needs across the state, districts, and territories of Hawai'i, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Republic of Palau, the Territory of American Samoa, and the Territory of Guam.
island territory of Guam in the western Pacific, but the tsunami warning there was lifted several hours later and roads there were reopened.
GUAM, OCT 29 -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived for a brief stopover in the US Pacific territory of Guam Friday to meet US troops and local Governor Felix Camacho.
The 2006 plan also involves moving some 8,000 marines from Okinawa to the US territory of Guam by 2014, but the US military says that plan cannot move forward until Futenma's replacement facility is finalised.
Last month, North Korea displayed a newly-developed ballistic missile, capable of reaching the US territory of Guam, during a massive military parade.
The Rural Access to Emergency Devices Grants will go to 49 states and the territory of Guam to purchase AEDs and train emergency and community personnel in their proper use.
territory of Guam for a store that will open sometime next year.
Thirty three states and the territory of Guam had filed amicus briefs in support of Cincinnati's position, to no avail.
policy position toward the tiny island territory of Guam, after the DNC and the president's re-election campaign received nearly $900,000 in contributions from island businessmen and residents.
Puerto Rico's new big-tree program, described in the accompanying article, points out a glaring omission: In addition to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, the National Register leaves out the trees of Hawaii, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Territory of Guam, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and American Samoa.