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Balle

A slang term for the French franc. It is also used sometimes to refer to the euro. Literally, the word means "bullet."
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Dr Balla welcome visit of the delegation and briefed the members of the delegation on the Council and its components.
"This was a great game, going against a strong, clean defensive team like Mundelein," Balla said.
Balla was admitted in the district hospital and was undergoing treatment at the hospital in Hoshangabad.
In a police report, Balla resisted arrest and initiated a gunfight with police.
The first challenge lying ahead is the Asian Indoor Championships, a very special competition for all members of the Qatari team, since it is being held on home turf," says Balla, a 2015 two-lap World Outdoor Championships finalist.
"Hindi naman gaanong kalakas yung alon ng dagat, pero siguro dahil sa mga bata pa sila, di nila kinaya yung current ng dagat," Balla said.
The sale comes around six months after Kering started exclusive negotiations on a takeover plan submitted by Balla and Courteille and backed by a team of managers from the units.
Olympian Balla, the bronze medal winner of the 2010 Asian Games and Arab Games gold medallist, knew he has to run against him.
Forge has demonstrated significant capability in completing the Balla Balla purchase and has made substantial progress towards developing the project with the introduction of a partner, in Todd Capital Limited, a division of the Todd Corporation ("Todd"), which is a private company based in New Zealand).
Balla briefed the gathering about the initiatives taken by Morocco, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, in favour of inter-religious dialogue, saying that the Kingdom continues to draw upon Islam's precepts of tolerance, generousity and solidarity in line with universal values.
"We think it has been a bit of a gem," said Mr Balla. It simply needs some tender loving care." Grevayne Properties, a vehicle of the Coombs family, who have long played a major role in the business life of the Midlands, was established in 1972.
Gormley and Balla are professors of public policy at Georgetown University and George Washington University respectively.