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bala (b·lä),

n in Ayurveda, strength or life force indicative of general well-being.
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Taking up paper quilling around six years ago, Bala often made smaller projects and was pleasantly surprised to receive positive feedback from family and friends.
Bala Hi Way, one of Chester Zoo's Asian Elephants, has died Picture: PETER BYRNE
President Mahinda Rajapaksa paid his last respects today to the remains of Bala Tampoe.
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.
While this may well be true, Bala severely overstates his case.
Bala is within the boundaries of Muskoka Lakes Township and the municipality's mayor says she is not surprised to see the event, which runs from August 8 to 11, move to a new location.
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.
It's the first of two big meetings between the sides in the next few weeks, with Bala also launching the defence of the JD Welsh Cup away to Aber in early December.
DEFENDER Anthony Stephens marked his Bala debut with a crucial brace of goals to send the Wingmakers crashing at Maes Tegid.
The full consideration of the high ups of Election commission of Pakistan is hereby invited, through your esteemed daily The Frontier Post; towards the burning issue of abnormal/unnatural delimitation of village counsels/neighborhood of UC Shahi Bala 79.
However, although TNS seemed to be in control, Bala drew level.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 7, 2013-Mannatech Incorporated names Al Bala as chief sales and marketing officer(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.