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  • CHON JAE HONG, NORTH KOREAN AMBASSADOR TO AUSTRALIA: It would depend on national interest and security of our nation.

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  • CHON: We are under extreme threat of United States, of the nuclear war.

    CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2006

  • CHON: It's not hitting the root of how these organizations operate.

    CNN Transcript Feb 16, 2006

  • The other thing I've seen a lot of is the abbreviation CHON.

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  • Whereas the rocks of the moon are a chemical puree, many of the asteroids are all but pure iron/nickel mix, and others are rich in CHON

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  • SI RACHA, CHON BURI: As domestic political conflicts enter their fourth year, a few businesses have proved immune to the impacts of escalating unrest.

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  • By GINA CHON And ANUPREETA DAS Eager to snap up a company that makes some much-used travel-search technology-and keep it out of Google Inc. 's hands-several potential buyers are circling ITA Software Inc., according to

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  • SI RACHA, CHON BURI: As domestic political conflicts enter their fourth year, a few businesses have proved immune to the impacts of escalating unrest.

    Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News

  • Cholesterol, V. triglycerides and the CHON components of HDL and LDL are evaluated to assess the client's degree of risk for CAD.

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  • Daimler spokesman Han Tjan (CHON) on Wednesday confirmed a report in Germany's Manager Magazin that the company is in talks to sell the remaining 19.9 percent it owns in the U. S.-based automaker, but he declined to provide further details.

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