ANOD

ANOD

On drawings, abbr. for anodize.
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Nalayeh was born in the northern Somali city of Las Anod but moved with her parents and 11 siblings to the Canadian province of Alberta in the winter of 1984, when temperatures dropped to -40 degrees Celsius.
Recent episodes had focused on Somalia's inspiring female entrepreneurs and things to do in the city of Las Anod. She moved to Canada with her family when she was six years old and went on to become a figurehead of the Somali community there.
There has been a property on the land where Hillside stands for more than 300 years, and while this is a very different home from what once was there, the beams and feature fireplaces are anod to its history.
He was survived by his wife Santosh Lata Kapoor and children Permod Kumar Kapoor, Vinod Kuman Kapoor and Anod Kumar Kapoor.
It said that during the investigation, two new companies of the Omni group Anod Gas Limited and Platinium APG had also been discovered.
It was here the firm developed the first effective electroplating process with the name Wright House chosen anod to John Wright who invented it.
lo th Lady anoD Cupid an Dwarf types, such as and Snoopea, are also popular and are ideal for growing in pots for a truly sweet display in your garden at home.
The event was organized in cooperation with the Bahrain Road Runners, and sponsored by Anod Group.
Turkmen Children's language company of Turkish Baghdad Shahsavan has changed from Turlmen to Shahsavan's Turkish, and today, the individuals with this ethnic, talk with Shahsavan's Turkish accent that is rooted to the northern regions of Iraq anod south of modern Turkey such as Kirkuk and Mosul and Awrfa.
(154.) Somalia." Las Anod Clan Elders' 'Give Up' on Puntland Govt, GAROWE ONLINE (June 8, 2008, 8:52 AM), http://allafrica.com/stories/200806090032.html.