One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A monetary unit of Oman, equal to one thousandth of a rial.
- ‘Launched last August 12, the offering included 100 million for Omani citizens and foreigners with a value of 602 baizas to boost the company's ventures.’
- ‘The New Internet Tariff include a fixed monthly account charge of R.O.2 / - per month and a flat charge of 180 baiza per hour.’
- ‘Coins are available in denominations of 500, 250, 100, 50, 25, 10 and 5 baizas.’
- ‘If you are a Muttrah merchant you must be equally versatile at least in rupees, annas, naya peis, dollars, pounds, baizas, dinars.’
- ‘Also, there wasn't any fast food places nearby, but there are some that are walkable or within a taxi ride for a few hundred baizas.’
- ‘So far there are two cards available, the 10 rials card for 41 hours, and the 6 rials card for 20 hours of Internet usage; you do the math, as its 180 baizas per hour for the normal registered service.’
- ‘Omani Riyal is divided into 1000 Baizas and is broken into denominations of 100, 200 and 500 baizas.’
- ‘Bring 400 baizas cash (exact money appreciated) to each run you attend.’
- ‘A short taxi ride from Ruwi to Muttrah would cost roughly 200 baizas.’
- ‘Coins come in 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 baizas.’
- ‘Currency notes are also available in 100 baizas, 200 baizas, quarter and half Rial denominations.’
- ‘Walk the five minutes to the highway and the price difference between the airports hawks and baiza bus will probably cover 60% of your first night hotel cost in Muscat.’
- ‘It's 300 baizas for the 6 rials card and 250 baizas for the 10 rials cards.’
- ‘Raysut Cement faced continuous selling pressure yesterday to close lower by 13 baizas at RO 1.086.’
- ‘500 Baizas gets me a ticket and I begin to walk around this amazing place.’
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