Country codes are short alphabetic or numeric geographical codes developed to represent countries and dependent areas, for use in data processing and communications. Several different systems have been developed to do this; the term country code refers to ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 or international dialing codes, the E.164 country calling codes. This standard defines for most of the countries and dependent areas in the world: a two-letter a three-letter, a three-digit numeric code; the two-letter codes are used as the basis for some other codes or applications, for example, for ISO 4217 currency codes and with deviations, for country code top-level domain names on the Internet: list of Internet TLDs. For more applications see ISO 3166-1 alpha-2. European Union: Before the 2004 EU enlargement the EU used the UN Road Traffic Conventions license plate codes. S. government and in the CIA World Factbook: list of FIPS country codes. On September 2, 2008, FIPS 10-4 was one of ten standards withdrawn by NIST as a Federal Information Processing Standard.
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics, part of the United States Department of Transportation, maintains its own list of codes, so-called World Area Codes, for state and country codes. GOST 7.67: country codes in Cyrillic from the GOST standards committee From the International Civil Aviation Organization: The national prefixes used in aircraft registration numbers Location prefixes in four-character ICAO airport codes International Olympic Committee three-letter codes used in sporting events: list of IOC country codes From the International Telecommunication Union: the E.164 international telephone dialing codes: list of country calling codes with 1-3 digits, the E.212 mobile country codes, for mobile/wireless phone addresses, the first few characters of call signs of radio stations define the country: the ITU prefix, ITU letter codes for member-countries, ITU prefix - amateur and experimental stations - The International Telecommunications Union assigns national telecommunication prefixes for amateur and experimental radio use, so that operators can be identified by their country of origin.
These prefixes are administered by the national entity to which prefix ranges are assigned. Three-digit codes used to identify countries in maritime mobile radio transmissions, known as maritime identification digits License plates for automobiles: Under the 1949 and 1968 United Nations Road Traffic Conventions: List of international license plate codes. Diplomatic license plates in the United States, assigned by the U. S. State Department. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation used two-letter codes of its own: list of NATO country codes, they were borrowed from the FIPS 10-4 codes mentioned below. In 2003 the eighth edition of the Standardisation Agreement adopted the ISO 3166 three-letter codes with one exception. With the ninth edition, NATO is transitioning to four- and six-letter codes based on ISO 3166 with a few exceptions and additions United Nations Development Programme has its own list of trigram country codes World Intellectual Property Organization: WIPO ST.3 gives two-letter codes to countries and regional intellectual property organizations World Meteorological Organization has its own list of country codes, used in reporting meteorological observations UIC: UIC Country CodesThe developers of ISO 3166 intended that in time it would replace other coding systems in existence.
The following can represent countries: The initial digits of International Standard Book Numbers are group identifiers for countries, areas, or language regions. The first three digits of GS1 Company Prefixes used to identify products, for example, in barcodes, designate numbering agencies. A - B - C - D–E - F - G - H–I - J–K - L - M - N - O–Q - R - S - T - U–Z List of ISO 3166 country codes ISO 639 language codes Language code Numbering scheme Top-level domain Comparison of various systems Another comparison: "Country Codes". Statoids. A comparison with ISO, IFS and others with notes United Nations Region Codes
Meekend Music and Meekend Music 2 are the respective third and fourth extended plays by American hip hop rapper Meek Mill. They were released by Dream Chasers Records and Maybach Music Group digitally for free download and stream via all mixtape platforms on May 6, 2017 and July 4, 2017, respectively. Both Meekend Music and its second counterpart feature production by Honorable C. N. O. T. E. Maaly Raw, Murda Beatz, Stoopid On Da Beat, Papamitrou, Mike Will Made It, 30 Roc and Tarik Azzouz as well as guest appearances from ASAP Ferg, Young Thug, YFN Lucci and Eearz; the Meekend Music along with the 4/4 extended play projects were used as a prelude to help promote Meek Mill's third studio album, Wins & Losses, released on July 21, 2017. Sample credits "Left Hollywood" contains a sample from "I Found", performed by Amber Run. "Save Me" contains a sample from "Crave You", performed by Flight Facilities. "Young Nigga Dreams" contains a sample from "Leave It All Behind", performed by Masoud
Concert at the Kings is an annual concert which takes place in the field to the rear of the Kings Arms pub in All Cannings near Devizes in Wiltshire, England. Held in May, it is a charitable fundraiser for cancer charities and to date it has raised over £170,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support, Above And Beyond, Hope For Tomorrow among many others; the first concert took place in 2012, since its inception acts such as 10cc, The Boomtown Rats, Squeeze, SAS Band, Steve Harley and Los Pacaminos have performed at the Kings Arms. 2016 saw Big Country, 10cc, Suzy Quatro and the SAS Band take to the stage. Concert founders John Callis and Andy Scott are cancer survivors, Concert at the Kings is their way of helping cancer victims across South West England to get the support they deserve; the 2018 concert raised money for Salisbury District Hospital's STARS appeal, in particular the Pembroke Unit, the specialist treatment centre for people with cancer and blood diseases from across south Wiltshire and east Dorset and west Hampshire.
The SAS Band, Brian May & Kerry Ellis, Mike & The Mechanics, Madeline Bell, Midge Ure, Tom Robinson, Chris Thompson, Patti Russo, Sweet, The Strawbs, The Dave Kelly Blues Band 1st Act – Dozy, Mick & Titch, 2nd Act – Georgie Fame, 3rd Act – The Blues Band, 4th Act – Dr. Feelgood, 5th Act – 10CC, 6th Act – The SAS Band 1st Act Main Stage – The Troggs, 2nd Act Main Stage – Los Pacaminos, 3rd Act Main Stage – Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel, 4th Act Main Stage – The Straits, 5th Act Main Stage – The Boomtown Rats 1st Act Second Stage – Jake Meeking, 2nd Act Second Stage – The Greasy Slicks, 3rd Act Second Stage – Funkin Skunks 1st Act Main Stage – Animals & Friends, 2nd Act Main Stage – Howard Jones, 3rd Act Main Stage – Sweet, 4th Act Main Stage – Lindisfarne, 5th Act Main Stage – Squeeze 1st Act Second Stage – Lauren Thalia, 2nd Act Second Stage – Nellie Bell, 3rd Act Second Stage – Drench, 4th Act Second Stage – Bad Sounds, 5th Act Second Stage – Idlewood 1st Act Main Stage – Marmalade, 2nd Act Main Stage – Big Country, 3rd Act Main Stage – 10CC, 4th Act Main Stage – Suzi Quatro, 5th Act Main Stage – The SAS Band 1st Act Second Stage – Haydn & Bee, 2nd Act Second Stage – Phoenix Club, 3rd Act Second Stage – Jake Meeking, 4th Act Second Stage – True Heights Main Stage: John Coghlan's Quo, Gerry & the Pacemakers, Wilko Johnson, Alison Moyet, Paul "Wix" Wickens' All Star Band with Robbie McIntosh, Hamish Stuart and Gary Brooker CATK stage: Verdisa, Invisible Vegas, Bite the Buffalo Main Stage: Animals & Friends, John Coghlan's Quo, The Stranglers, From The Jam, Paul Carrack, Billy Ocean CATK stage: Sam Brockington, Digital Criminals, John Coghlan's Quo, Novatines The first'Acoustic At The Kings' event took place at The Kings Arms on Monday 28 August 2017, with Verdisa playing an acoustic set in the Breeze Shed