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Yanbu

 

(also Yenbo), a city and port in Saudi Arabia, on the Red Sea. Population, approximately 10,000. Yanbu is connected by highway with Medina, Jidda, and Mecca. It has a commercial fishing industry. Black coral and amber are gathered in the vicinity. In 1978 an oil refinery with a capacity of 12.5 million tons per year was under construction. Petroleum will be delivered to the refinery by a pipeline.

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The match between Ever Green Yambu and Al-Rayan Blue Star ended with a goal being scored.
Hence, when it occurs, a 100% of relative humidity is reached; sometimes it runs by the stem (Boytel Yambu, 1972).
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La herencia de su raza negra le hace conocer "el yambu, los sones largos y montunos" (38).
Nowadays, it has widely flourished so much that there are more than 20,000 buildings in Yambu alone.
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