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biga

(ˈbiːɡə; ˈbaɪɡə)
n
Roman history a chariot drawn by two horses
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TEMA, an charitable group focusing on forestry, said 195,000 trees were cut down for the project, well above the 46,000 target previously announced by Dogu Biga.
The Biga officials want to ensure that mine wastes are properly stored and disposed, that their human rights are respected and that the barangay's income will improve from mine waste fees.
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According to Mr Biga, the police must not be shy in asking for logistical support from both local and international partners to enable it to unravel the mystery surrounding the death.
In Section 2, BIGA is introduced to optimize the reliability of Cir/Con/k/n systems which can break through the limitation of local optimal solution.
Speaking with Today's Zaman on Monday, Laciner said that he and other prominent academics in the faculty of economics and administrative sciences at the EcOME[pounds sterling] Ecanakkale campus he worked with while rector were transferred to Biga by the new administration in an example of harassment of him and academics close to him.
Speaking in Accra, Ghana, the company's founder, Albert Biga, told New African Markets how it all started.
Ambassador Biga said, "Santa Fe is one of the most important provinces of Argentina, and benefits from a loan granted by the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) that allowed the construction of roads in its territory.
Audrey Meyers of Ridgewood will serve as vice chairman, and Thomas Biga of Fairhaven as chairman-elect.
The Dawn quoted, Biga Ram, a 40-year-protester saying, "How can an organisation be terrorist if it's been providing food and water to us despite knowing that we're not Muslims?"
And he certainly got you all reaching for your pens this week, with our winner being Eric Armstrong of Consett, who had Capello saying: "Donta be scared now, you av to playa with the biga boys sometime."
He is a past president of BIGA, the British and International Greenkeepers Association, and was made a life member at BIGA'S recent annual dinner in Harrogate.