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Sanar

A currency subdivision in Afghanistan between 1891 and 1925. A sanar was worth one-sixth of an Afghan rupee.
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When her father found out she was married and pregnant, Sana alleges he threatened to punish her for "her sins", adding that he said neither she or the child "would be spared".
He wrote: "If SANA had made a special appeal to their members for pounds 12k to fund the youth team, I doubt if much cash would have come in, and that is speaking from past cash-call experience.
Sana Security's personnel, together with its research organization Sana Labs, will be integrated into the AVG organization and maintain offices in Silicon Valley.
Katrina Whitehead, Sana's tutor, said: "This is a huge achievement for Sana who has juggled a full-time degree together with her own business 'Kis foto', which specialises in photographing children in nursery schools and family portraits.
Sana, 18, whose wound was treated by her father - hospital consultant Nabi Naeem - has told a juryat Cardiff Crown Court how she was in a" vicious cycle of love"with business man's son Imram.
Sana will join a team responsible for a number of the group's key contracts including architectural work for many of the UK's primary care trusts and brings 15 years of experience to the role, including 10 years of design and construction work in the Middle-East.
Sentencing her, Judge John Saunders said he would take into account "the degree of planning and premeditation, the fact Sana was pregnant and known to the defendant as pregnant".
Sana, 17, was stabbed in the stomach and chest at her home in Bury, Greater Manchester.
If you ask me to describe myself in one word, that one word would be Muslim," says Sana, who was born in the U.
Kung may kagalit ka sana patawarin mo siya, upang di lumala ang inyong pag-aaway at di umabot sa pagsisiraan.
The co-owners, Brother Simba Sana and Brother Yao Ahoto, although proud and grateful, realize they cannot rest.