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isna

(ˈɪznɪ) or

isnae

vb
Scot is not
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But it isna religion as was i' fault there; it was Seth Bede, as was allays a wool-gathering chap, and religion hasna cured him, the more's the pity."
* The ISNA may indicate to policy makers the financial impact current gun violence has on the healthcare system; specifically highlighting the cost of emergency and inpatient cost of care.
Rouhani told Macron that Iran's rights under the deal related to the selling of oil, banking, investment and insurance must be "guaranteed" in a transparent and clear way, ISNA reported.
The man is to get 99 lashes, according to the ruling, and will then be exiled to a remote area of the country, ISNA reported.
And Agence France-Presse on March 13 carried an ISNA report on Supreme Leader Khamenei's warning that Iran will not allow the US to spoil the possibility of reaching a nuclear deal with the American-led 5+1 powers.
"ISNA has also received assurances from the organizers of the panel that this will not be a partisan panel and various perspectives will be offered," the organization also said in the statement.
ISNA said the policeman was sentenced to three years in jail, 74 lashes and two years of internal exile in the remote southern town of Borazjan.
ISNA quoted Araqchi as saying "enrichment is one of most difficult, important and sensitive parts of negotiations and what is obvious is that we will not enter into an agreement which does not include enrichment from the beginning to the end.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Chairman of the Iraqi Higher Islamic Council Amar al-Hakeem discussed with the Chairman of Iranian Islamic Shura Council Ali Larijani the main and hot regional issues, as reported by ISNA news agency.
"It has been decided that in place of a portion of the payments for gas imported from Turkmenistan, Iran will give this country goods," said Abdul Hamid Asadian, director of the Europe and Americas division at the Trade Promotion Organisation of Iran, according to the Iranian Students' News Agency (Isna).
Iran exported passenger 44,682 passenger cars, valued at about $257 million, during the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-December 20, 2012), showing 330 percent rise in value compared to the same period last year, ISNA reported.