baisa


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baisa

(ˈbaɪzɑː) or

baiza

n
a unit of currency in Oman, worth one-thousandth of a rial
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.baisa - 1,000 baiza equal 1 riyal-omani in Oman
Omani monetary unit - monetary unit in Oman
Omani rial, riyal-omani, rial - the basic unit of money in Oman
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For only 3 Rials per month until 7 th of April, postpaid customers can stream endless music without worrying about using their data plan, while prepaid customers can enjoy this service for only 200 Baisa per day.
Bustamante settled for the X30 Junior title, ahead of Jarred Kim, in both Races 1 and 2 with Anthony Baisa topping Race 2 of X30 Master class after placing second to Drueco in Race 1 of the series sponsored by Petron.
The new meters allow for accepting 100 baisa currency, along with 50 baisa coins.
4 million shares of its capital at a price of 116 Baisa for public subscription, which led the trading volume to increase to 304.
M91 is currently priced at 199 baisa per litre, while M95 is priced at 213 baisa per litre.
Tenders are invited for construction of sadabhawana mandap at baisa in purnea district for the year- 2017-18
The price for regular fuel at the pump increased from 114 baisa ($0.
Earnings per share declined to 149 baisa compared to last year of 189 baisa.
Al Yamahi, the heavy truck overturned on Wednesday on Baisa Road on the direction of Fujairah Port and hit the roundabout and landed at the wall of the free zone.
During the committee meeting, Council Member Gladys Baisa said that the dispute over funding for landfills and trash collection has been ongoing for a while.
The fixed voice feature includes a Business Group with free calls to all mobile and fixed line numbers using the same service within the company and a flat rate of 9 Baisa to all other landline numbers in Oman.
Bank Muscat shareholders on Wednesday (20 March 2013) granted approval for raising its authorised capital from OMR 250 million to OMR 350 million, with a nominal value of 100 Baisa each