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Mongo

One one-hundreth of a Mongolian tugrik. It is the Mongolian equivalent of a cent. See also: MNT.
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LEARNING FROM PAST: Robert McNeil's works, Witness, Subjugation and Srebrenica Women, are on show at the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow
Release date- 24072019 - Munich/Coblenz- The Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) has commissioned Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) to supply a total of nine Mungo N/C Recce reconnaissance systems.
6 St Mungo High Street Another mural by Smug depicts Glasgow's patron saint, St Mungo, in modern-day clothes.
5 December 2018 - Tennessee, US-based home builder Clayton Properties Group has acquired South Carolina, US-based home builder Mungo Homes, the company said.
Mungo, which builds houses in eight markets in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, sold more than 1,800 homes in 2017 and is projected to close on approximately 1,900 homes in 2018, according to a news release.
As Mungo and Stella start repairs the, er, dynamic duo head to the pub, tour the town, visit another pub, then go fishing to catch dinner for the crew.
The bears - named Mungo and Maggie after Scottish saints - both set off complete with backpacks and their own rosary beads and Mungo accompanied Bishop Keenan to Rome on a visit with the rest of Scotland's bishops on their five yearly visit.
He said: "Two tourneys were organised to mark the exhibition in 1951 - the St Mungo Cup for First Division clubs and the Quaich Second Division teams.
Hundreds of thousands of sheep, which grazed across Lake Mungo and the dunes in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and introduced rabbits destabilized the dunes that created the Walls of China.
The band Mungo Jerry were interrupted during their final number by the club secretary ringing his bill to say: "Excuse me, Mr Mungo" before he announced last orders at the bar.
Drawing on the format of such programs, Lake Mungo is presented as a documentary about a family living in the country town of Ararat, located about 200 kilometres west of Melbourne.
In six chapters, Terretta recounts the existential conditions that inspired the birth of nationalist movements in French Cameroon and explains why the UPC enjoyed tremendous popular appeal, especially among the Bamileke and their migrants in the Mungo River valley.