Minna


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Minna

a city in W central Nigeria, capital of Niger state. Pop.: 278 000 (2005 est.)
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Ayuba, who resides in Ungwan Daji, Minna, was charged with attempted suicide, contrary to the provisions of Section 231 of the Penal Code Law of Niger State.
A Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) study on The Role of Military Intelligence in the Battle for Beersheba in October 1917, reported she was "generously returned to Russia." CIA analyst James Noone suggests in his article The Modernization of Intelligence, "Minna's lenient treatment has led to speculation she was a herself a double agent [who worked] against Prufer."
Sweden-based Minna Technologies has said it has raised funding.
Minna was a retired telephone operator for IHI Turbo.
Minna captioned the picture "You are responsible for the positive energy you bring into any space," this comment made many people assume that Minna is in a love relationship that she still did not reveal!
Caverion Oyj (HEL:CAV1V) announced on Monday the appointment of Minna Schrey-Hyppanen as head of Human Resources and a member of the group management board of Caverion Corporation as of 26 June 2017.
ISLAMABAD -- Spokesperson Ministry of Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony on Tuesday said Hajj pilgrims will be connected in a tracking system in order to avoid Minna type incident in the future.
The author examines Sigmund Freud's relationship with his sister-in-law Minna Bernays and their probable affair, considering the arguments for and against it and implications for Freud's life and work.
Not a lot of information is documented about his relationship with Minna Bernays, his wife's sister, thought to have been Freud's confidante and mistress.
During World War II her best friend, Minna Crooker and Minna's soon-to-be husband, Donald Sweet, introduced Elna to one of Donald's shipmates, Dirvon D.
Minna Watson uses recycled material that even charity shops have rejected to create stylish garments.