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The contract for Bida Al Qemzan will not be as big as what we have awarded already," Mohammad Juma Abdullah Bin Juma, assistant general manager (new development) at Adco, told reporters on the sidelines of an industry conference.
Bida added that it was refreshing to see nonprofits "loosening up by being edgy and using humor," but thought the risk of diluting the brand probably outweighed the reward of more opens and clicks-through in this case.
The Bida basin is a northwest-southeast-trending embayment, lying perpendicular to the main axis of the Benue trough (Figure 1).
Bida is located in the northern Guinea savannah zone of Nigeria.
These include: Jebel Hafit, the 1,249 metre-high peak -- the highest in the emirate - which backdrops the city and which boasts 500 ancient burial tombs dating back 5,000 years in its foothills; the bronze and iron age sites of Al Hili; the tombs of the Bida Bin Saud area as well as Al Ain's ancient oases with their preserved traditional Al Falaj system which irrigated palm groves and farms.
The polygamist lives with his family in an 89-room house in the city of Bida.
An area breakdown showed around 40 per cent of the city's population is concentrated in Jumairah, Safa, Qouz, Barsha, Khalifa Tower area, Bida, Satwa and Mankhoul.
Survey of ethnodietetics of Moringa oleifera leaves amongst the ethnic groups in Bida, Niger State, Nigeria:
This year we will be showing the big brother of a console table for which we won an award from the BIDA several years ago.
This thing about me and Bida talking isn't true," said Clodoaldo Carlos Batista, referring to Moura by his nickname, during a May 14 court session.
What needs to be pointed out here is that this book was reportedly written by Ai Bida who was the governor of Yunnan and Guizhou during the early period of the Qianlong reign, but the book was published during the Daoguang reign, and includes a lot of material from both periods.