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Mace

A unit of weight in Taiwan approximately equivalent to 3.75 grams. It is used primarily in the sale of bulk foodstuffs.
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But some of the gains from the capture of Mazar cannot be measured in terms of territory.
It's not often that such discoveries happen in which real figures of the past shake off the dust of history and so vividly revive the stories of the Bible," Mazar said.
The stars: Barbara Hershey, Robbie Coltrane, Debi Mazar.
Commandant of the Academya[euro]s Major General Nazir Ahmad Butt inspected the guarda[euro]s offered Fateh and laid a wreath at the Mazar.
It has always been a great privilege to visit the mazar of the Quaid.
Mazar Deen, managing director of Milner Menswear, said: "The evening has been a great success and we have big plans for the business going forward.
Photo: (1--Cover--Color) On the cover: Fred Savage and Debi Mazar of NBC's ``Working'' get in a party mood.
A smartly dressed the contingent of armed forces welcomed the President with popular musical band and salute at the mazar.
Entrepreneurs accepted into the three-year Bpeace program will receive: -- Business skills training in Mazar and technical assistance at their places of business in finance, marketing, customer service, and staff recruitment and management.
This spring, Mazar moves from drama to comedy with the CBS show ``Temporarily Yours,'' about a New Yorker named Deb DeAngelo, who desperately needs a job because she finds the perfect apartment right after quitting her job as a makeup technician in a department store.
This new availability of GSM service in Mazar has brought mobile connectivity both nationally and internationally to the people of Mazar for the first time and is anticipated to facilitate economic development with neighboring Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikstan, and Russia.
Commodore of Pakistan Navy Zahid Ilyas laid a floral wreath at the Mazar and offered Fatiha.