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giro

Brit informal an unemployment or income support payment by giro cheque, posted fortnightly
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Giri, the second man after King Gyanendra in Nepal's unelected ruling council, said the 12-point pact undertakes to do away with a ''constitutionally established institution.
I am extremely excited that Giri Devanur will be taking the reins of Apps Genius to drive it to the next level," stated Adam Kotkin, CEO of Apps Genius Corp.
I have the signed agreement with Giri where he pledged to return my money.
Kramnik had earlier prevented Giri from making a straight caruana (seven wins in the first seven rounds of a very strong tournament), with his Tuesday's defeat of the 20 year-old three time Dutch Chess Champion.
Former world champion Vladimir Kramnik defeated top seed Anish Giri in the seventh round of the Qatar Masters International open chess tournament yesterday to join him as the leader.
FounderGovinda Giri has 14 years' experience as a system engineer with corporations and the US government and sees the scheduling tool as the first step toward his bigger vision - building a personalized web in the cloud.
We have received all the documents from Mr Prasad and completed formalities for the repatriation," said Mr Giri.
Giri said embassy officials will hold a meeting with workers to hear their views and complete formalities of those who wish to leave Bahrain.
Dr Giri Rajaratnam, the SHA's director of public health and health strategy, said: "The aim of the day is to set goals for developing services across the two counties
Tulsi Giri, vice chairman of the government, acknowledged that some restrictions have been placed on press freedoms and that political functioning has slowed following the royal takeover.
Scientist David Giri claims he has developed a beam of radio waves from a special antenna which can knock out a car's electronics.
Giri proves his deep sensitivity to the agonizing situations through which the Indian immigrants had to pass while living abroad, particularly in the socio-cultural perspective of their life.