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Mina

 

a monetary unit and unit of weight of the ancient East and ancient Greece. The value varied from one country to another; for example, the Phoenician mina contained 364 g of silver, and the Euboean mina, 436 g.

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For line 56 linking Mina Souq to Khalifa Park, closures from Al Zahyah to Mina from 3.
The Pakistani media that publish the pictures of Mina tragedy are under immense pressures by the Pakistani government.
The hours will be published when available, Mina said.
Mina Rashid's new facility is designed to handle 7,000 cruise passengers simultaneously, with a seating capacity of over 2,000.
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The Mina Al Fajer Resort is being developed under the auspices of HH Dr.
The Fairmont hotel represents the final phase of the Mina Al Fajer development, which comprises a marina, retail outlets, restaurants and sea-front villas and luxury apartments.
Paramedics and lifeguards dig out Matt Mina, 17, who was buried underneath five feet of sand in California
Mina, clutching her pal Emma's arm as they sat side by side in their wheelchairs said: "We want to stay together.
Yes It's a Cat won the $63,200 Pinjara Stakes by a neck over Sky Cape, and La Mina captured the $65,340 Hidden Light Stakes by two lengths over Ididntmeantoo.
Mina is the oldest, soon to finish high school, smart and beautiful; she tries to please her exacting mother, hating her at the same time for being so mean to the aging father, and to the younger needier sister Suna.
Mina calls herself a "girlie-girl," and sports have never been her thing .