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Baiza

A division of the Omani rial. One thousand baiza amount to one rial. See also: Fil, Penny.
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Algunos de ellos (frajo, catirro, marro y baiza) ya los hemos visto mas arriba cuando hemos hablado sobre continuidades con el argot espanol:
Offering great value, local calls can be made while roaming for just 92 Baizas, while calls to other GCC countries are just 231 Baizas a minute.
The company is offering 66.25 million shares at an offer price of 320 baizas per share.
Fares start from OMR3.5 and the first five kilometers are free of cost, after which every kilometer is charged at 500 baizas. All taxis have been installed with tracking devices, and once you reach your destination, you will get a receipt on your email with the kilometers, route covered and the total fare.
Customers holding a Zeinah Savings account are offered a facility wherein the Baizas available in their account balance at the end of the month will automatically get transferred and donated towards charity.
On the government's support for the production of electricity using fossil fuels, the CEO of Rural Areas Electricity Company said that the cost of electricity production is 89 Baizas per kilowatt/hour until electricity reaches the subscriber's house.
The merit medal winners were William Joshua King from Bethany Christian School in Cebu City, Anna Nicola Baizas from Philippine Science High School, Jaymi Mae Ching from Jubilee Christian Academy, Alyana Zoie Chua from MGC New Life Christian Academy, and Christopher Jose Carlos from Ateneo de Manila University.
The mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) in the country has slashed call rates to nine baizas per minute for calls between Renna Mobile subscribers.
With this plan, Nawras Mousbak customers using a smartphone will be able to enjoy unmatched value with 50 MB of data and 50 SMS for an entire week for 500 Baizas.
Nawras business portfolio is continuing to expand with its latest launch of machine to machine (M2M) data service which gives corporate customers embedded data packages with data transfer from 4.3 Baizas per MB.
In my early days in Muscat, there was often a big jar of sweets at the cash desk and if there was no change, the customer could get chicklets or sweets instead of a few baizas in change.
In response the OAMC said, "Since the highest number of users are paying between 500 baizas and OMR3, they prefer to pay by cash; and also we have a lot of ATM machines available in the arrival and departure halls."