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Mina

An ancient Greek unit of weight approximately equivalent to 431 or 630 grams, depending on the region.
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Security guards in Mina told Arab News that this was the best organized Hajj yet, and things had vastly improved in the past few years.
Information desk, Lost and Found section, Call Centre, and Complaint Cell have been established in Mina to help and guide Pakistani pilgrims.
Pakistan Hajj Mission has made elaborate arrangements for the facilitation of Pakistani pilgrims in Mina. According to report, majority of pilgrims has arrived in Mina.
JYPE vowed to "do everything" for Mina's fast recovery and asked for fans' support and well wishes for the TWICE main dancer and vocalist.
Mina Sultan Qaboos Waterfront Regeneration Project, as it is formally called, includes two main zones, including tourist port regeneration areas, and other project sites such as Shotayfi Village, Al Rabia hilltop parcels, and Hay Al Mina.
MINA Group is a true innovator among restaurant management companies with an unprecedented breadth of unique concepts, said Simon de Montfort Walker, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Food and Beverage.
Mina, whopreviously performed under the flag of Hungary, represents Azerbaijan after the 17th traditional Graciacup tournament in Budapest, on August of this year
Kim Sagwa's psychological and observant Mina follows two young women trying to navigate their society.
Lattakia's locals also bid farewell to the late writer Mina before his body was escorted to his final resting place in al-Farous cemetery.
This was the last will of celebrated Syrian novelist Hanna Mina, who died in Damascus on Tuesday, aged 94.