Baiza


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Baiza

A division of the Omani rial. One thousand baiza amount to one rial. See also: Fil, Penny.
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The agency also claims that Singh had conveyed the requirement of 150 caskets and 1,050 body bags to Brigadier Roye and Baiza while the response of other military attaches was still awaited.
Omar Al-Farsi, international services manager, said: "This attractive 0902 offer has already proved to be extremely popular with Nawras customers who are enjoying the opportunity to getting closer to friends and family abroad using our fantastic rate of only 49 Baiza per minute.
98) after the company went public with a 600 baizas per share IPO last year.
5-acre parcels over the last year-and-a-half," says Baiza, adding that several properties have even been placed for bid on eBay, Amidst the rush of activity, simply estimating the value of the land becomes a nearly impossible task.
Baiza - Jennifer Sheffield Baiza and Tomas Baiza, of Eugene, a son.
Uccelli," he asks them, "che parlate il mio dialetto / la dal prato che baiza ad inebriarmi, / la dietro il focolare e tra la siepe, / che sapeste delle sue fresche ciglia?
5 Baiza per share with a nominal value per share of RO0.
The Muscat Municipality, which organises the festival, has announced that the entrance fee at Naseem Garden will be 200 baiza for adults and 100 baiza for children.
101) (including 1 Baiza as issue expense) per share.
Customers can also choose to receive Asian News in English from any of the three countries featured for 700 baiza ($1.
Customers can also select and change their favourite destinations as many times as they want for just 100 Baiza per destination.
The panelists, all of multiracial or mixed heritages, include Naomi Zack, UO philosophy professor; Fiona Ngo, visiting assistant professor of ethnic studies; and Tomas Hulick Baiza, assistant director of admissions.