Bala


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Bala

(ˈbælə)
n
(Placename) Lake Bala a narrow lake in Gwynedd: the largest natural lake in Wales. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
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And yet his work stands out from the ruck of the contemporary versifiers as a balas ruby among carrots.
Richard II had a coat, valued at thirty thousand marks, which was covered with balas rubies.
Later I remember using the line to Bala Junction and then catch a train that could get through to London.
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Bala had more chances than their visitors but did not take advantage and were somewhat disgruntled at having to settle for a point.
In a special ceremony held here at Chief Minister's House, the CM extended thanks to Pakistan Tobacco Company for the provision of solar kits to the dwellers of Piran Bala.
She told the jury: "He (Bala) would say he (the schizophrenic) was setting himself up as an anti-party clique and that the party only spoke through Bala.
Bala, who was born in January, 2013, was taken ill over the weekend and was being treated by the elephant and veterinary teams at the zoo.
Bala Tampoe a nonagenarian, he is one of the great figureheads of the Sri Lankan labor movement, and was the general secretary of Ceylon Mercantile Union (CMU) passed away at a private hospital in Colombo on 1 September after a brief period of illness.
Specialist Home Office immigration enforcement investigators recovered 150,000 pages of documentary evidence when Bala and his wife, Giwo Faith Bala-Tonglele, were arrested at their home address in Woolwich in June 2011.
It seems Bala has not let his fans down with the movie (released on Friday) receiving positive feedback from film critics who termed it as Bala's career best.
North Wales fire service alerted a crew from Bala Girl was rescued and Ruthin's water incident unit.