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Mina

An ancient Greek unit of weight approximately equivalent to 431 or 630 grams, depending on the region.
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Crystal and Mina are friends in P City, where they cram for school and receive tutoring to ensure they score highly enough to move on to good universities.
Owner Emilio Mina is as passionate about promoting the arts as he is about upholding the authenticity of the cuisine of his native land.
It will combine MiNAs pioneering work with saRNAs with our expertise in biopharmaceutical research and development, added Wood.
Natural gas company Westlake Chemical Partners LP (NYSE:WLKP) disclosed on Tuesday the addition of Angela Minas to the board of directors of its general partner, Westlake Chemical Partners GP LLC.
Minas-Rio is a fully integrated iron ore operation, consisting of an open-cut mine and beneficiation plant in Minas Gerais and a 529-km pipeline that transfers iron ore slurry from the mine to the port of Acu.
Las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) se han convertido, segun el informe del Monitor de Minas terrestres, en el grupo armado ilegal que mas las usa en el mundo, junto con los Tigres Tamiles de Sri Lanka, y el Ejercito de Liberacion de Karen de Myanmar.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Federation of Industries of the State of Minas Gerais (FIEMG), organised a trade delegation of leading Brazilian companies from the state of Minas Gerais with the aim of strengthening economic relations between the Brazilian state and Dubai.
Las minas anti-personal son un tipo de armamento muy peculiar.
Para realizar el presente estudio se ha hecho un recorrido visitando y tomando datos de mas de 20 minas de carbon en la serrania de los departamentos de La Libertad, Ancash y Amazonas, a fin de tomar conocimiento in situ de la forma como se vienen explotando las minas de carbon actualmente en el area estudiada.
Mas del 80% de las 15.000 a 20.000 victimas de los accidentes de minas antipersonales que resultan cada ano son civiles y al menos uno sobre cinco es un nino.
BSF cases and outbreaks were described in Minas Gerais state, Brazil, beginning in 1929 and continuing until 1944.
La explosion del 29 de septiembre de 2001 fue el primero de dos recientes desastres que levantaron el misterio en "los pocitos", una grande y primitiva red poco conocida de minas de carbon, que viola una serie de normas mexicanas sobre seguridad y que asustaria a cualquier persona familiarizada con las practicas mineras del primer mundo.