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Banica

A subdivision of the Independent State of Croatia kuna, a currency that circulated between 1941 and 1945. One banica was equal in value to 1/100 of one kuna.
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The rivers are Batuanon River in Mandaue, Bulacao River in Bulacao and Luyang River in Luyang Carmen, in Cebu, Abatan River in Cortes, Wahig River in Inabanga, and Manaba River in Garcia Hernandez in Bohol, Banica River in Valencia, Panam-angan River in Bais and Sicopong River in Santa Catalina in Negros Oriental as well as Senora River in Siqiijor.
and Banica, M., "Taguchi versus Full Factorial Design to Determine the Influence of Process Parameters on the Impact Forces Produced by Water Jets Used in Sewer Cleaning," IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 161(1):012016, 2016.
Banica, "Functionalised resin-modified carbon paste sensor for the voltammetric determination of Pb(II) within a wide concentration range," Electrochemistry Communications, vol.
Banica, Chemical Sensors and Biosensors: Fundamentals and Applications, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Hoboken, NJ USA, 2012.
It is obvious that what motivated the above mention subjects is the need to achieve their own self which is considerated as their most important need, (Banica, 2008).
Georghe Banica (WHO, Geneva) similarly provided us with requisite administrative support for completion of this work.
Vintila Mihailescu's lecture on Balconiada or about daily life in communism and Mirel Banica's lecture on The red sun--about memory and nostalgia of communism in Romania.
announced that company founder Adrian Banica has decided to relinquish his duties as president for personal reasons.
[8] Oana Iosif, Ion BANICA, "Performance Analysis of Downlink LTE using, System Level Simulator, U.P.B.