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bunya

(ˈbʌnjə)
n
(Plants) a tall dome-shaped Australian coniferous tree, Araucaria bidwillii, having edible cones (bunya nuts) and thickish flattened needles. Also called: bunya-bunya or bunya-bunya pine
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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It was announced that Bunya, incorporated by Reem Island's three key master developers Tamouh, Aldar Properties and Reem Developers, will ensure delivery in a phased and comprehensive manner.
The ICMP was submitted by Bunya LLC, which is in charge of the island's infrastructure, in December 2014, after working closely with the UPC and Al Reem Island's key developers over the past seven years.
At that point in time, I was exploring the Bunya Mountains National Park in Queensland.
LAHORE -- Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Sirajul Haq, has said that the Hindu Bunya understood the language of weapons only and must be replied in the same tone.
Maeda, Eiji, Bunya Fujiwara, Aiko Mineshima and Ken Taniguchi.
Representatives from some of the national fire services also attended today's ceremony and inspected a forest of Bunya Pine trees at the National Arboretum.
She also told a moving story of her mother's cousin Bunya whose two-yearold daughter was desperately ill in hospital when the SS came to the hospital door.
One morning on my way to work during 2009, I saw a hand-lettered banner draped over the war memorial, with the red words 'Save our Bunya Trees'.
Nihonkoku seifu to chuka jinmin kyowakoku tono kankyo energy bunya ni okeru kyoryoku suishin ni kansuru communique.
Saudi female social and religious researcher Bunya Al Milhim warned that strange fatwas were exploited by people with a political agenda.
SPECIMENS EXAMINED: QUEENSLAND: 2[male][male], Bunya Mountains, 26 March 1957 (QM); [male], 1 larva, Mahogany Forest, Mt Moffatt National Park, 24[degrees]55'S 148[degrees]04'E, 1,200 m, 26 September 26 November 1995, GB Monteith, intercept (QM); 1[male], same data as previous, CJ Burwell and S Evans (QM); NEW SOUTH WALES: 8[male][male], 19, Marengo State Forest, jct.
Bunya, theAa regulatory authority of Reem Island, today officially planted the first tree on its Reem Island development, embarking on a green journey in conjunction with Tamouh, Reem Investments and Sorouh, the three master developers of the island.