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Qanu

An ancient Akkadian unit of length approximately equivalent to three meters.
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According to the company's statement, this facility will help the company in increasing its customer relations in Saudi and to acquire localised content and strengthen service portfolio of Qanawat by focusing on local resources.
Saudi is a priority market for Qanawat due to its large population and high ARPU (average revenue per user) performance, according to a senior official.
Everyone is forecasting the mobile advertising market to grow significantly over the next five years and one of the largest growth areas is SMS, says Erin Ewing, Head of Mobile Advertising at Qanawat.
Mohammad Bahabre added that the Award Distribution Ceremony is an important annual event through which the Company could evaluate its successes, it is an ideal opportunity where the efforts of these distributors in supporting the constant success of Qanawat Company in the local market, could be appreciated.
Heike Laxander suggests that a group of votive sculptures in a similar flat style, long known, from the Acropolis at Qanawat should be associated with a monumental podium that is probably a sacred structure analogous to those at Si'.
A witness said rebels attacked the main police headquarters in central Qanawat.
Qanawat, a UAE-based provider of mobile value-added service (VAS), has strengthened its regional presence by opening its first office in Saudi Arabia.
Qanawat, the Middle East's mobile value-added service (VAS) provider, has strengthened its regional presence by opening its first office in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Music is provided by all major international and regional labels, including Universal, Sony BMG, Warner, EMI, Rotana and leading content aggregator Qanawat, as well as thousands of independent labels.
The authorized Mobily dealers in the Kingdom such as Safari, Kallem, Musbah, Haddad, Qanawat (Hits), Axiom and Saudi Call, will take part in the campaign.
Music will be provided by all major international and regional labels including Universal, Sony BMG, Warner, EMI, Rotana and leading content aggregator Qanawat, as well as thousands of independent labels.
Klaus Freyberger examines the remains of the "Peripteral Temple" at Qanawat (pp.