BINA


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BINABangladesh Institute of Nuclear Agriculture (est. 1961)
BINABeta Israel of North America (cultural foundation; New York, NY)
BINABilateral Intranasal Antrostomy
BINABiological Network Analyzer (software visualization tool)
BINAB Identifica Número a (Portugese, caller ID)
BINABusiness and Industry Needs Assessment
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Speaking during the ceremony, former Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan noted that Bina missile is laser-guided and can be fired from aircraft and different ground platforms.
A contingent payment of USD 70m is payable once gas production exceeds agreed threshold volumes from the Miran and Bina Bawi fields.
MARC notes that LBS Bina has a sizeable land bank, including about 290 acres in the Puchong township, that should sustain development activities over the medium term.
This World Diabetes Day, Gulf News spoke to the Bina and her husband, Samson, to shed light on the challenges diabetic patients go through and to emphasise on the dangers of acting on diabetes at the last minute.
There are plans for another extensive testing programme for the Bina Bawi-4 and Bina Bawi-5 wells during the second quarter of 2013.
India's jewellery industry is primarily a mass production market, points out Bina, but this is a segment that her brand has steered away from.
Bina stresses that in order for the plastics recycling infrastructure to be viable and sustainable, "we really need some serious commitments from some concerted, concerned parties.
Neighbours on the picturesque village of Maam Cross in Co Galway thought spinster Bina was penniless.
Seventeen-year-old Sabina, "Bina," grew up listening to stories of the Catherine House, a boarding house for girls in New York City that was a kind of sanctuary for her mother during her brief stay while a struggling actress in the city, before her marriage to Binas father.