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Sanar

A currency subdivision in Afghanistan between 1891 and 1925. A sanar was worth one-sixth of an Afghan rupee.
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The strict application requirements and competitive process that United Way uses to choose grant recipients often encourages other grant and donor services to then financially support or donate resources to Soy Sano.
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Sano accompanied Hayotama to the United States to attend the two-day summit on nuclear security and nonproliferation through Tuesday and has stayed on after the prime minister's departure for Japan.
He definitely brought it out of me," said Phelps, who acknowledged he's watched Sano race all weekend long.
The man showed police identification and a badge to the hotel's security officer and said Sano was a drug trafficker.
It was a malicious case that was plotted systematically and cleverly, and it damaged confidence in food labeling,'' Sano said.
Cucina Sano first turned to Riggs Autopack, a leading UK manufacturer of a range of depositing equipment, when it initially purchased a mini-fill depositor for Marks & Spencer's starter range in 2007.
Coordinated by the Mary Sano Studio of Duncan Dancing, the Dionysian Festival is an annual tribute to the tunic-clad dance legend, Isadora.
In April, as the company ushered in a new president, 30-year veteran Seiichiro Sano, shareholders were telling the company to outsource or spin off its mobile phones and digital camera units, too.
Hansman, * Daisuke Sano, [dagger] You Ueki, [double dagger] Takahiro Imai, [dagger] Tomoichiro Oka, * Kazuhiko Katayama, * Naokazu Takeda, * and Tatsuo Omura [dagger]
Hidemasa Sano swam quickest in the men's 400-meter individual medley heats with a time of 4 minutes, 25.
To help achieve this, the 2001-2006 National Health Program includes the "Vete Sano, Regresa Sano" Program, (Go Healthy, Return Healthy) which is operated by the Department of Health Protection and Prevention.