KOLA


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KOLAKenya Oral Literature Association
KOLAKids On-Line America
KOLAKentucky Occupational License Association (occupational license tax)
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'The African native nut, also known as bitter kola, has antibiotics, antiviral and antifungal in different conceptions.
The kola nut has some reported benefits for health.
Concerning the Kola deposit, Kore Potash said it also has seen seven engineering and construction groups accept invitations to provide price comparisons against the company's bill of quantities.
Sheriff Frances McCartney was told that prosecutors are still looking in to Kola's trafficking claim.
"We are working with retailers who fit with our brand - we want people who are not only looking for a unique drink but people who will buy into the 40 Kola lifestyle.
Kolas national record of 12.91 had stood for 19 years before Mulei, who is a form four student at Kwanthanze shattered it at the National Championships.
" Muzaffar Kola enterprises established the business of hawala transaction at Murshid bazaar in Dubai and catered to Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Lucknow and Bhatkal in Karnataka," said the report.
Ashish Goel, the CEO of Urban Ladder, an online lifestyle furniture retailer in which Kalaari is an investor and Kola a board member, says, "She brings deep, strategic and consumer thinking.
The Kola is a traditional Japanese instrument with thirteen strings that are strung tautly across 13 movable bridges along the length of the instrument.
RIYADH: Nigerian pilgrims have been asked not to bring kola nuts during the Haj this year.
Bahrain: A large shipment of contraband kola nuts being smuggled from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia has been seized on the King Fahad Causeway.
The Kildin Saami language has the greatest number of speakers and serves as the basis for the Kola Saami alphabet.