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  • In 2008, the board ranked a replacement for Barrie Central as its top priority - but instead the ministry funded a new secondary school in Essa, which is to have 725 students when it opens in September 2011.

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  • Despite its prosaic location, the store is exuberantly offbeat, with a blend of feminine designer apparel and accessories from both regional talents such as Essa, one of the U. A.E.'s top designers, and international brands such as Cacharel and Vanessa Bruno.

    Beyond The Glitz

  • When they are babies, we do speak of them, at times, as 'Essa's Lato,' or 'Novine's Amel'; but that is merely descriptive and conversational.

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  • The word "Essa", which is a carrying chant chanted by the holders of the Omikoshi, or portable shrine, is a word which really has no meaning in Japanese but means "Carry" in Hebrew.

    Japan Blog

  • Reuters Essa Kazim faces losses on big stakes in two high-profile markets.

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  • The Big Investor Essa Kazim , the head of Borse Dubai, got into the exchange game near the top, with a bold $4.9 billion deal to buy up parts of the London Stock Exchange and Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. in 2008.

    The Five Players to Watch

  • Member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council are holding discussions on the exact structure of the aid package, according to Sheik Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa, the head of Bahrain's Economic Development Board.

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  • Member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council, or GCC, are holding discussions on the exact structure of the aid package, according to Sheik Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa , the head of Bahrain's Economic Development Board.

    Gulf States Plan Aid Package for Bahrain, Oman

  • "This is a command from God," Essa Ali, a Tripoli businessman originally from Sabratha, said about one liberal party's stance on Islam's unequal inheritance laws for men and women.

    Among Libya's Liberals

  • Libo's Essa El Hamisi says that Zwara's Salafis have grown to 300-400 from a handful, taking over a mosque and starting a madrasah where students are punished by beatings on the soles of their feet.

    Among Libya's Liberals

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