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BANANA

A derogatory term; acronym for Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anybody. Much stronger than NIMBY—Not In My Back Yard.

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Musa claimed he took Osman, Rahman and Mohamed to the shop after they had been playing football because they wanted something to eat.
On Tuesday, Musa said he was happy with his departure from the department.
That is part of what has brought the business where it is today, because that content really grew the business's credibility and drove its growth," said Musa.
Musa isn't the only innocent: There's a whole dormitory full of children who have been found not guilty, but who won't be released.
Musa had moved from West Bengal to Tamil Nadu where he worked at a shop in Tirupur.
Recently while leading R&D for Ashland Specialty Ingredients, Musa focused on ingredients and solutions for global consumer and industrial markets with responsibility for the company's global technology platforms including Molecular and Measurement Science, Process Research, Biofunctionals, Acrylates and Microencapsulation, Upstream Research, Preservatives and Microbial Technology.
But Nigeria striker Musa, Leicester's record signing who cost PS16million from CSKA Moscow last month, was sent on as a second-half substitute and twice reduced the arrears.
Musa was reported missing to police on Friday, June 17, and officers are appealing to members of the public to help trace them.
WWT Washington's captive animal manager Kristian Purchase said: "It's still early days for them - they currently weigh 140g on average, have no teeth and won't open their eyes until they reach about 40 days old so it will be a few weeks before Musa and Mimi bring them outside.
Musa, 23, has excellent pedigree, but it would cost over PS15million to lure him from the Russian capital.
Swat Press Club arranged the 7th death anniversary of Journalist, martyred Musa Khankhel which was attended by different officials and civil society members of the district Swat.
Choking back tears as he packed his few belongings in a carrier bag, Musa said: "I don't have a home any more, I have been moving for months.