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bala (b·lä),

n in Ayurveda, strength or life force indicative of general well-being.
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Bala Hi Way, one of Chester Zoo's Asian Elephants, has died Picture: PETER BYRNE
PORT TALBOT TOWN 0 BALA TOWN 1 (Europa League play-off final 2012/13): A John Irving goal in the 93rd minute clinched us a place in Europe for the first time and made it 13 wins on the run.
His centre's powerboat was in the area but Bala Sailing Club had a quicker powerboat, which got to the girl faster and saved her.
Shobha UK Ltd has since gone into liquidation and Mrs Bala is seeking compensation from Ageas the company's insurers.
He has substantial costs when he holds the event in Bala.
Understanding these processes--by which Lun Berian (Indonesian) "relatives" (lun ruyung) come to be viewed as outsiders and workers who are often looked down upon by Kelabit--compels Bala to outline the social history by which the border has been made real to people living in this border zone.
David Artell was a colossus in the heart of the Bala defence, dealing well with the physical presence of Chris Budrys and he made a timely tackle early on to deny Jordan Barrow as the Wingmakers controlled the early stages of the game.
Mr Cavanagh, 40, from Birkenhead, was participating in the Bala Middle Triathlon when he fell ill and died.
Bangor were dealt a huge blow after only 20 minutes when they lost 21-goal top-scorer Chris Simm with a calf injury, forcing a major reshuffle and Bala took control with two goals in six minutes.
Wrexham could turn out a strong team for the game, which will take place 11 days before the start of the Dragons' Conference campaign, and Bala are expecting a record crowd at Maes Tegid.
Chocaholic Bala Croman owns the Chocolate Cellar on Hanover Street, and for the last few weeks she has been working around the clock to make sure National Chocolate Week (October 11-17) is a sweet success.
Schizophrenic Mehmet Bala, 20, shoved John Curran on to the tracks at a busy station on the first anniversary of the London bombings.