BISAL

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BISALBirkbeck Studies in Applied Linguistics
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Gandali and Bisal, while outside their cell, took two firearms thatincludean M16 and M14 rifles, a bandolier with ammos that were placed in the adjacent vacant cell.
In addition, Bisal has committed to developing its fleet of industrial air-conditioning and chiller packages for various segments of the country's industrial sector.
SIGNPOST: The Asian Day Centre has been helping people in the community for a decade and (front, from left) Shabbir Usmani, day centre manager; Lord Mayor Sucha Bains; and Darshan Bisal, day centre chairman, joined other guests to celebrate
Each sweet weighs about 3 grams, and comprises an additional amount of 14% salt (product name: Bisal).
Surface soil moisture is one of the best deterrents to wind erosion (Bisal and Hsieh; Chepil 1956) as particle movement is prevented until evaporation and drainage has removed sufficient moisture to lower soil cohesion and increase susceptibility to entrainment by wind.
Attock Deputy Commissioner Rana Akbar said that the attack took place near Bisal turn.
BYRNE Investments Saudi Arabia Limited (BISAL) is part of the Byrne Equipment Rental Group of companies, with nine operational bases spread across the region in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and Oman.