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ZBRZero Bit Recording
ZBRZero Bit Rate
ZBRZero Bug Release
ZBRZone Bit Recording
ZBRZabbar (postal locality, Malta)
ZBRZero Bug Release (software release)
ZBRZero Based Review
ZBRZinc-Binding Region
ZBRZone Boundary Router
ZBRZero Based Billet Review
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Besides Adnan's two goals, Shahjee Ahmed, Adnan Babar and Rana Waheed scored a goal each for Wapda Whites while for Army, Awais scored a brace and Abdul Zabbar and Amjed Ali scored a goal each.
Zain Zabbar, Maui High School, "Comparing EUV and Magnetic Field Images to Determine if Coronal Holes are a Part of the Solar Cycle"
The government has been implementing a project so that Bangla speaking people can use Bangla language online for writing and research purposes from any part of the world, said posts, telecommunications and technology minister Mostafa Zabbar. "The use and practice of Bangla language will be increased when this project of the government will be completed," he said while speaking at a discussion meeting on "Bangla Unicode Alphabet (Lipi) Development" at Bangla Academy on Tuesday, reports BSS.
Pour examiner la loi portant reglement budgetaire au Parlement avant la loi de finances, le president de la commission des finances et du budget de l'APN, Berrabah Zabbar, a propose une experience pilote entre la Cour des comptes et le ministere de la Justice afin de faire parvenir a la Cour les informations en temps reel avant de la generaliser a tous les departements ministeriels.
The Three Cities of Senglea, Cospicua, and Vittoriosa, across the Grand Harbour from Valletta, depended on the naval dockyard and fleet, and the villages of Paola, Zabbar, Hamrun, Zeitun and Curmi relied in the greatest part on the presence of the Royal Navy and Army.
In 1672 Don Giuseppe Calleja, the parish clerk of Zabbar, was reported to the Holy Office for having allegedly told his congregation that they were not to hear the Mass of a priest in mortal sin, (60) Instead, Rosolea Mifsud was catechized by Inquisitor Gallarati Scotti in 1785 that sacraments conferred grace ex opere operato, irrespective of the qualities or the merits of the persons administering them.
Bangladesh will witness a massive change if Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina remains in power for five more years, said Posts, Telecommunication and ICT minister Mostafa Zabbar, reports BSS.
Abdul Zabbar, a 50-year-old teacher in Barguna district, 200km south of the capital Dhaka, said survivors might not be able to hold out for long.