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manas (mä·ns),

n in Ayurvedic philosophy, the mind. A sound body, mind, and soul are essential for maintaining good health.
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In monetary terms, net profit of Manas was creased by 269,396,600 KGS from the planned budget for 2014, according to the data announced at the general meeting of shareholders of the Manas International Airport.
Negotiations between Russia and Kyrgyzstan indicates that Rosneft will take over Manas Air-field and will convert it into an International Airport catering to domestic and international flights around Central Asia.
Transit Centre at Manas will be closed on July 11, 2014.
Peter-Mark Vogel Corporate Secretary Manas Petroleum Corp.
But experts, including some in the Defense Department, agree the supply chain and the Manas location are crucial for the U.
Mukharji is one of those rare Indians who has done the Kailas- Manas round thrice -- in 1981, 1993 and 2002.
Huseyin Celik, Assistant General Manager of Manas Metering Systems.
The purpose of the event is popularization of the epic, education of the younger generation, development of the state language and preservation of traditions and customs of the Kyrgyz people, according to the Manas El Koomu's Chairman, Asan Jakshylykov.
Rosneft indicated it wants to buy a majority stake in the state-controlled company that owns Manas International Airport.
Werner Ladwein, CEO & President of Manas will give an update about our current activities, followed by a Q&A session.
The costs of exploration from the additional 5% is also funded by Santos but Manas must pay back its pro-rata share of expenses when and if production occurs from that 5% interest.
announced today that it has won two high-value Air Force task orders, enabling it to expand its Information Technology (IT) services to Air Force organizations at Manas AB in Kyrgyzstan and at Maxwell AFB, Gunter Annex, Ala.