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DAR

(Digital Audio Radio) See DARS.
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dar

1. In Indian and Persian architecture, a gateway.
2. In Oriental architecture, a dwelling.
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Doy was a defender of the Filipino people, especially the poor.
'Unya Doy mas ulaw para sa babaye ug sa Presidente nga mahimong tsismisan sa mga butang nga dala sa duda.
Until now, producers of these products only had the choice of working with preformed bags, investing a hefty amount into horizontal Doy Zip machines for high speeds, or working with very slow vertical machines.
But the ChunCheon Open remains the focal point of the season for Mr Al Doy and he has firmly set his sights on increasing Bahrain's representation at the event.
Mr Doy is selling the programmes through the Chronicle as a package for around pounds 300.
With a wide understanding and coverage of youth Spanish/English, Divirtamonos Aprendiendo con Hap Palmer covers both fun and educational aspects of each language with a track set consisting of La arana pequenita (The Itsy Bitsy Spider), Creciendo (Growing), Que milagro (What a Miracle), Doy gracias (Things I'm Thankful For), Sammy/Soy feliz de ser como soy (Sammy/I'm Glad I'm Glad I'm Me), Veamos a los colores moverse (Colors in Motion), Un Reloj feliz (Jolly Clock), ?Como te llamas?
Gary and Marion Doy, of Lower Ladyes Hills, Kenilworth, were stocking up on spuds.
The company has paid an initial pounds 1.8 million in cash and shares for London-based Doy Webster.
His college friends, including Celia Diaz, who would marry Doy, and the painter Araceli 'Cheloy' Dans, would have their evening wear done by the young Moreno.
The United Nationalist Democratic Organization (Unido) headed by Doy Laurel provided the shade for domestic libertarians pursuing a national consensus and for parliamentary jousting with the monolith KBL party of the regime.