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Newly appointed Guam supreme court justice Benjamin Cruz may be the nation's highest-ranking gay judge
irregularis has been shown to be responsible for an array of damages on Guam and has a history of hitch-hiking to neighboring islands, this species was declared as Injurious Wildlife (Federal Register 55(80):17439-17441) in 1990.
As a result of the Court's ruling, the Government of Guam will be required to re-structure its method of tax refunds and pay them in a fair and timely manner going forward.
Moldova also seeks to strengthen and expand international cooperation in the GUAM + format, in particular with the EU and the OSCE, promote a constructive dialogue with "traditional" partners - the US, Japan and the Visegrad Group.
The Organization for Democracy and Economic Development GUAM was established on May 23, 2006, at the first Summit of GUAM in Kyiv.
T Galleria and Tumon Sands Plaza houses endless lines of designer brands and boutiques and duty-free shops; while Macy's at Micronesia Mall and Guam Premium Outlets (GPO) offers jaw-dropping discounts on a variety of items ranging from toys, gadgets and games, clothes, bags, and accessories to furniture.
There are many other things to be enjoyed in Guam, not the least of them being popular tourist spots and attractions, including the truly show-stopping Las Vegas-style show at The Sandcastle, also in Tumon, with tigers, acrobats, dancers and magicians/illusionists, and which has been voted as 'Guam's No.
In Guam, neighborhoods that are at least an hour away from major shopping areas are considered rural.
east coast look to the Caribbean islands for a winter getaway, Asians look to Guam for exactly the same reason.
Aside from Guam, CEB also operates flights to Sydney, Japan, Korea, Dubai, and Doha, among others.
of Guam) analyzes the Japanese Navy's occupation of Guam and the Guam Minseibu's (the navy's Civil Administration Department) policy during the Pacific War.
Each of the four companies paid $2,000 each and corrected their violations by submitting reports to Guam EPA listing the quantities of hazardous chemicals stored pursuant to the Act's Section 312 Tier II reporting requirements.