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Bani

A division of the Romanian leu equal in value to 1/100 of one leu.
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In 1999, they were removed from Sir Bani Yas and placed in a special breeding programme established in Al Ain, which currently houses over 450 Arabian tahr.
Bani Yas' urgency increased after that scare, when Dealbert struck over and Verdu forced a save, before later also having a headed goal from a cross ruled offside, sparking protests from the bench.
Megaryef, Libya's de facto head of state, warned that loyalists, particularly those sheltered in Bani Walid, continued to pose a threat to the country.
It also gave Bani Walid a deadline to hand them over.
We are happy to start welcoming cruise vessels now at Sir Bani Yas Island, ahead of another important development?
The fort was once a centre for the management of local government in the Wilayat of Ja'alan Bani Bu Hassan.
He added that the investigations are continuing in the light of security information in order to uncover the terrorist network elements behind the bombing of Bani Saad, south-west of Baquba.
Bani Yas had a forgettable season where they finished eighth and are clearly looking for a major revamp.
In fact, on a recent flight we took, we had a lot of fun as the cabin crew treated Bani like a celebrity.
The events' recurrence shows that Sir Bani Yas is a viable location for such sporting events, and a destination that is capable of welcoming boating travellers to the island," said Ahmed Al Fahim, executive director of marketing, communications, sales and leasing at TDIC.
According to details, convoys of vehicles carrying the protesting employees have left Mingora for Bani Gala.
Ja'alan Bani Bu Hassan: The coastal villages in the wilayats of South Al Sharqiyah governorate are in the news these days, as the high summer season known locally as 'Al Raba' (dwelling) ends in late August and people return to their permanent residences.