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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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Pilgrims pour into Mina on the first day of Hajj on Friday.
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Mina, born in Baku in 2010, is temporarily residing in Budapest in connection with her parents' work.
Introverted, passive, and introspective, Mina mourns a childhood friend who committed suicide in the best way she knows how: by locking herself in a closet and drowning her thoughts with music.
On Tuesday, novelist Mina died at age of 94 after long suffering with illness.
Mina added: "I lived so long that I started to fear that I would never die." He asked that four paid workers carry his coffin to "any available grave" adding, "once through with covering me with dirt, go back home.
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RAK Properties, one of the leading real estate developers in the UAE, announced the appointment of Currie & Brown as a project manager on InterContinental Hotel at Mina Al Arab in Ras Al Khaimah.