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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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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.