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mala

(ˈmɑːlaː)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism a string of beads or knots, used in praying and meditating
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He had by dint of cudgelling his brains just thought of the Southampton - St Malo service.
This contract relates to telecommunications services in hospital Community Territory Rance Emeraude St Malo, Dinan, Cancale.
St Malo was founded in the 12th century and history echoes through its quaint cobbled streets.
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The night-long journey on board Pont-Aven was not simply a means of transport but as enjoyable a part of the trip as exploring St Malo itself.
If culinary excellence sounds like your kind of holiday, then a St Malo trip Malo's offers it en route as well as when you get there.
Brittany Ferries operates year-round from Portsmouth to St Malo with 2nt gourmet cruises inc dinner on board, cabin both ways and lunch in the walled city starting at PS109pp.
Malo - the walled port city in Brittany in north-western France on the English Channel this spring and early summer.
Malo Oil Export Pipeline, and then onto refineries along the Gulf Coast.
Malo fields were discovered in 2004 and 2003, respectively, and are estimated to contain combined total recoverable resources in excess of 500 million oil-equivalent barrels.
On her part, Vice President Malo thanked Ambassador Al-Shabo and asked him to convey her best wishes to His Highness the Amir, His Highness the Crown Prince and His Highness the Prime Minister.
PERCHED on the tip of northern France just a few miles from the English coast, St Malo is best known as a port town - a quick stop for channel ferry travellers looking to make their holiday elsewhere.