Naula

Naula

A Finnish unit of weight approximately equivalent to 425.6 grams. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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Tenders are invited for From Naula to Khatauli Purana of Ganganahar
Con esta frase Angel Naula nos explicaba lo que estaba ocurriendo en su isla Floreana.
This also means that emerging economy countries need to improve their logistics capabilities and connectivity to benefit from globalization and increasing international trade volumes (Memedovic, Ojala, Rodrigue & Naula, 2008; Lin & Ou, 2011).
This was reported first at Naula and later at several other places.
Naula DS area consisted of farmer organisations growing vegetables throughout the year, namely during the seasons of Yala and Maha.
Rapid survey of damage due to gall wasp infestation in a coppiced Eucalyptus camaldulensis plantation in Maragamuwa, Naula in the Matale district of Sri Lanka.
Al respecto, Rosendo Naula, obrero ecuatoriano, llamo a la unidad obrera, puntualizando que los enemigos, internos y externos, de la clase obrera solo se derrotarian si existia "la fuerza de un unico y potente puno proletario" (16).
Naulia diminutivum puto sive nablia ab illis quae vel naula vel nabla dicimus.
Galapagos National Park head Edwin Naula said: "Lonesome George's body was motionless.
Deolikhan (agricultural), Salla Rautella (pine forest) and Naula (oak forest).
Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman Naula O'Loan launched a full investigation last night.