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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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The sources said that Wasel Dabas al-Haroun, a notorious emir of the ISIL in the town of al-Qouriyeh, escaped the town towards SDF-held regions, following the army's devastating advances in Deir Ezzur province.
Dabas plays the lead role of a professor of psychology, while Omi Vaidya plays a pivotal part.
The victim alleged that Dabas sexually assaulted her at gunpoint inside a hotel room.
In 1999 and 2000, 'yan daba in Kano City joined 'yan hisba, the enforcing wing of the shari'a system, to agitate for the implementation of shari'a criminal codes, threatening to "burn the city down" with smuggled petroleum if the Kano State governor refused to sign the codes into law (Casey, 2008).
The special cell has arrested two persons -- Delhi Police constable Arvind Dabas and private detective Neeraj -- in connection with the case.
It was not just Dabas dates that kicked off the competition.
Testifying on the fourth day of the trial of 29 people charged over the train bombings, Mr Almallah Dabas said he had lived in Spain since the early 1990s, scraping by on his earnings repairing refrigerators, washing machines and other appliances to support his five children.
Dabas continues the charm he established as the groom in Mira Nair's "Monsoon Wedding," standing out in an otherwise uninspired cast.
Dabas was arrested in March on a European extradition warrant 24 hours after Spanish police swooped on his brother Mohannad in Madrid.
Moutaz Almallah Dabas, 39, appeared at Bow Street magistrates in London after being arrested on Saturday in Slough, Berkshire, on a European extradition warrant issued by the Spanish authorities.
Moutaz Almallah Dabas, 39, was arrested on an extradition warrant issued by the Spanish authorities.
Islamic militant Moutaz Almallah Dabas was held by Scotland Yard anti-terrorist detectives at a house in West London.