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asar

[′a·sər]
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What began as a fad for Asara (she decided to take part in the contest without seriously working towards it), has now turned into a serious responsibility.
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Asara is located in the north of karaj, Alborz province.
15 April 2013: Melanie Consuelo Bowen, Joseph William Campos-Furber, Asara Greaves, Janiel Hibbler, Phillip M.
El hombre esta inmerso en un proceso constante de recepcion y elaboracion de informacion en sus relaciones con el medio, pero no toda esta informacion p asara a formar parte de su repertorio de accion como personalidad.
Asara et al., "Butyric and retinoic mixed ester of hyaluronan: a novel differentiating glycoconjugate affording a high throughput of cardiogenesis in embryonic stem cells," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
'NetBetMed' will be receiving an all-expense paid, seven-day trip for two to the luxurious Asara Resort at Hua Hin, Thailand.
Over two weeks after they held a panchayat in Dudaheri village of Muzaffarnagar to endorse the decision of male Khap Panchayat (Panchayat representing a clan or group of clans) on ban of mobile and jeans for girls in Asara, a Muslim-dominated hamlet in Baghpat, the female leaders are all set to gather and reiterate the firman in Bopada, a large village in Muzaffarnagar, notorious for honour killings and opposition to love marriages.
We have grown up being told that our ancient civilisation has been the moral beacon of the world, but our roseate view of our past, which may have been a defence against the diatribes of British Evangelists in the days of the Raj, gets shattered whenever an ACP Vasant Dhoble arrogates to himself the power of a moral Taliban or a khap panchayat -- like the one at Baghpat's Asara village -- enforces medieval restraints on the same women it is happy to kill if they dare to stray away from the confines of ossified caste rules.
Under the diktat, married couples who wedded for love -- that is, those who refused to subject themselves to matrimony arranged by their parents or other relatives -- will be forbidden from entering in or living in the predominantly Muslim village of Asara in the Baghpat district, about 50 miles north of Delhi.
[29] Anastasiou D, Poulogiannis G, Asara JM, Boxer MB, Jiang JK, Shen M, et.
Dinar, Baruch, They Were Ten (Hem Hayu Asara), Israel, 1961.