jarrah


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jarrah

a widely planted Australian eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus marginata, that yields a valuable timber
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Jarrah is a very unique species, which grows in only one area of Western Australia because it needs the right soil and climate conditions to thrive.
Jarrah opened her restaurant a mere three months ago and business, she says, has been booming since.
Jarrah thinks he is leaving a string of bad luck behind him when he arrives in New York on 10 September, 2001.
Kuwait Army Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Khalid Al Jarrah Al Sabah was briefed on military applications implemented by the BDF unit as part of the drill.
At the end of the messages, Jarrah offers to help Makdissi and hands over his personal phone numbers.
The order was issued in the name of Fatima Salamieh, who has been living in her Sheikh Jarrah house since the 1950s.
Amman, Apr 3 (Petra) -- The deadline to sign up for an election to choose a president, deputy and council members of the newly-established Teachers' Association runs out on Thursday, according to the syndicate's constituent assembly president Hani Jarrah.
Jarrah was to be sentenced to death, but the court reduced his verdict.
The pair, who are awaiting trial at Guantanamo Bay, were worried one of the hijackers, Ziad Jarrah, might pull out of the attacks on New York.
The Deputy Minister of Emiri Diwan Affairs Sheikh Ali Jarrah Al-Sabah said that.
Les manifestants entendaient marquer le premier anniversaire de l'expulsion, par des colons juifs, de familles palestiniennes de leurs maisons du quartier arabe de Cheikh Jarrah.
Martin Ives, export manager for Gunns Timber Products in Australia, often works with jarrah timber.