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Bornholm Museum revealed the important discovery, noting that an amateur scientist found 157 Arab and Persian coins made of silver in different Arab regions, Denmark's biggest discovery in terms of number of Arab coins going back to the Vietcong era going back to 854 B.
Copenhagen, Dhu-AlQa'dah 26, 1433, Oct 12, 2012, SPA -- A treasure including Arab and Persian coins going back to 854 B.
Hannah, 20, a student from Jesmond, said: "I missed my friends so I always enjoyed going back to school.
ACCORDING to a poll, Britons are creatures of habit when it comes to holidays with as many as a third of travellers going back to the same place for their annual break Jean D'Arcangelo, a 55-year-old sales adviser of Berwick Hills, said: "We go to the same place most of the time - the South of France.
So I'm going back in a couple weeks to do, literally, one more day," the Daily Express quoted him as saying.
THE CLOCKS may be going back one hour next weekend.
The 13-year-old, who spent three months in hospital after the 12-hour op, said: "I've looked forward to going back to school and seeing my friends.
I mean, well, maybe you will be going back, but let's just go back to our flat for now and decide how to sort this out just for now, okay?
Saving time and effort when going back and forth between a maintenance task and repair part listing is as easy as 1, 2, 3:
I'm a firm believer that there's no going back,'' he said.
I will also be going back to my training in construction and carpentry.
When I told my mum about the helicopter she said, 'You're not going back,' but I will go again as I thoroughly enjoyed it and it was a great honour to be there.