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DAR

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dar

1. In Indian and Persian architecture, a gateway.
2. In Oriental architecture, a dwelling.
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Jazz immediately learned to ride on motorcycles, Daba said of the dog that Cubillo always took home with him.
The MOA was endorsed by the committees on social services and on laws and rules chaired by Councilor Daba and Councilor Ian Mark Nacaya, respectively.
Nadie daba nada por la seleccion mexicana, pero comenzado el Mundial gano a Corea y luego empato con Belgica habiendo estado dos tantos abajo y casi le gana.
Summary: Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Sept 3 (ANI): Two people lost their lives when the wall of an under-construction building collapsed in the Daba Gardens area here.
En el caso de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), la red daba servicio a 35 sedes y campus de toda la Republica Mexicana, y representaba 54.24 por ciento de la capacidad de conexion a internet, de acuerdo con la casa de estudios.
Dos dias despues, Alejandro Sanz daba comienzo en la misma capital andaluza a su minigira por Espana (son solo 5 conciertos) y en un sitio muy especial para el, que es betico de corazon: el estadio Benito Villamarin.
Alberto Daba, chief revenue officer of the Regional Investigation Division of BIR-10, said the owner of the contraband was not around during the raid and his whereabouts was still unknown.
Syrian comedian Ammar Daba is a Dubai-based comedian who is sure to get the crowd laughing with his signature brand of humor.
Summary: The stand-up show will feature Ali Sultan, Ammar Daba, Mina Liccione and more
Ailing veteran broadcaster, Sadiq Daba, who is currently in the United Kingdom receiving treatment has denied a report that claimed that he was misdiagnosed by his Nigerian doctors before he flew to the UK.
Su papel le exigia que se volviera sensual, sexual y le daba un candor."
I want to remove the eye patch," 4-year-old Syrian refugee Farah Daba tells her mother Harba, who she only recognized by the sound of her voice.