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  • The capital of Oman, in the northern part of the country on the Gulf of Oman. Held by Portugal from 1508 to 1650, it became the capital of Oman in 1741.

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  • proper noun The capital city of Oman.

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  • MUSCAT - Dr Zakir Naik, an internationally-acclaimed orator and scholar, is visiting Muscat yet again much to the delight of his massive fan following, who include Muslims and non-Muslims.

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  • Cookbook with a bit of history and culture thrown in MUSCAT - If you want to experience some of the exotic flavours of Arabia, author Mike Harrison's new book Real Flavours of Arabia - A Nomadic Gourmet's Journey from Marrakesh to Muscat offers just that.

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  • MUSCAT - The Omani-Qatari Business Council, which met here yesterday, decided to set up a joint company named Muscat Doha Company with its HQ in Muscat.

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  • MUSCAT - The Omani-Qatari Business Council, which met here yesterday, decided to set up a joint company named Muscat Doha Company with its HQ in Muscat.

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  • Cookbook with a bit of history and culture thrown in MUSCAT - If you want to experience some of the exotic flavours of Arabia, author Mike Harrison's new book Real Flavours of Arabia - A Nomadic Gourmet's Journey from Marrakesh to Muscat offers just that.

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  • MUSCAT - The Omani-Qatari Business Council, which met here yesterday, decided to set up a joint company named Muscat Doha Company with its HQ in Muscat.

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  • 01 September 2010 MUSCAT -- The Al Ansab submerged membrane bioreactor (SMBR) sewage treatment plant in Muscat has successfully gone through its proving process ahead of providing the area with a landmark cost-effective solution to its pressing irrigation needs, according to ACWA

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  • As another Hunt sibling, I admit to some bias, but I would agree with Jon: the Valvin Muscat is also my current favorite.

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  • Evan, I agree that Valvin Muscat is not a knockout, but I found it be "just fine" which is leagues above where I found most hybrids.

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  • Valvin Muscat is known genetically as 62-122. 01 and was first developed in 1962 by the Cornell Experimental Station in Geneva.

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