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  • BALA SERIES, in geology, a series of dark slates and sandstones with beds of limestone which occurs in the neighbourhood of Bala, Merionethshire,

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  • Bala asks for his memories to be wiped out, so that Garu can be killed, but the cops fear that Garu, who has not taken over for some time because of the severe injuries he faced with, may take over if Bala is held unconscious for a long time.

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  • The most recent example is the massacre in Bala Baluk district in Western Afghanistan, where U.S.

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  • Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Spino, 45, of Waterbury, Conn., died Dec. 29 in Bala Morghab, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when he was shot while unloading supplies.

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  • Bragg, N.C. Sgt. Brandon T. Islip, 23, of Richmond, Va., has been unaccounted for since Nov. 4 in Bala Murghab, Afghanistan, when he went missing while involved in a resupply mission.

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  • Traverse City, Mich., died Feb. 5 in Bala Murghab, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device.

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  • March 1 in Bala Murghab, Afghanistan, when insurgents attacked their unit using small arms and rocket-propelled grenade fires.

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  • Bala is also one of the places where the percentage of Welsh speakers is highest (80%), so walking down the street I heard Welsh all around me.

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  • Richmond, Va., has been unaccounted for since Nov. 4 in Bala Murghab,

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  • The Malay owner came out and I asked him if someone called Bala came to do his grass.

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  • A 21 million year interval of the Ordovician geologic period from 464 to 443 million years ago.

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