RIBH

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RIBHRaiffeisen International Bank Holding (Austria)
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If not, the poet would have been able to take refuge in the attitude of his heterodox monk Ribh, who defiantly exults in "Ribh in Ecstasy":
Ibn Jaldun divide las posesiones en dos categorias, el ribh (ganancia general) y el kasb (posesion de un bien).
The adversaries have no qualms about taking food from other people who have earned it by the effort (kasb) of their hands or the profit (ribh) of their commerce.
The importance of production and the value of labor embodied is further stressed by Ibn Khaldun's distinction between two notions of profit: ribh and kasb.
Suil Eile Failte dhan bhaile a Dhomhnaill Iain Trump, ged nach eil duil ribh ann an dachaigh do mhathar air a' chuairt seo do dh'Alba.
[beaucoup moins que]C'est un sit-in, souligne Tarik Ribh, scenographe et initiateur de l'idee.
Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) (DBK.DE), DZ Bank, Erste Group Bank AG (EBS.VI), Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RIBH.AV), and Unicredit SpA (UCG.MI) (OTCBB: UNCFF) (CRDI.MI) (CRDI.F) (CRDI.WA) (LSE: UNC), are the lead managers on the transaction, which is expected to be priced later in the day on Thursday.
HSBC Holding Plc (LSE: HSBA) (NYSE: HBC) (HKG: 0005), France's Credit Mutuel and Raiffeisen Bank International (RIBH.VI) were also interested in Polbank, the report added, citing Greece media reports.
In 'Ribh Considers Christian Love Insufficient' (from Parnell's Funeral and Other Poems, 1935), Yeats writes: "Hatred of God may bring the soul to God." This verse means that the periphery may be closer to God than the center.
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Ribh (3.30 Wolverhampton) Clive Brittain was on the score-sheet here on Saturday night and this filly steps back up in trip after her late swoop to take third over 7f at Lingfield last time.
See also the line "Hatred of God may bring the soul to God" in the poem 'Ribh considers Christian Love insufficient' (1934) [in Yeats, The Poems, op.