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DAMA

[¦dē¦ā¦em′ā or ′däm·ə] demand assignment multiple access
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Indeed, it is here that Damas explores different fonts for certain words (like "scandal," written in English).
Sama is just one of the major launches Damas has announced this year.
To learn more about Damas and its new collections, please visit: www.
A statement from the company said: "Located to provide convenience, epitomise the finest shopping experience and offer a seamless customer experience that has become synonymous with the Damas name, the store showcases novel designs from well-known and treasured Damas brands such as Farfasha, Legacy, Spring, Hayati, Mystique and many more in house brands.
In late 2014, Damas chief executive officer, Anan Fakhreddin, said the company was eyeing China and Hong Kong for expansion in Asia, and the US and London for growth in the west.
The person behind Damas Ruby Zahid has always had a special fondness for diamonds gemstones gold and pearls.
You will find Tanishq jewellery in our flagship Damas Collections such as the newly renovated Lulu Qusais outlet, which reflects our new Damas identity.
In March, Qatar's Mannai Corp consolidated its control of the jeweller, acquiring Egyptian investment bank EFG-Hermes' 19 per cent stake for an estimated $150 million, following the two's $445 million takeover and delisting of Damas from the Dubai Nasdaq in 2012.
Under DAMAs an up to 10 per cent salary concession would only apply to the TSMIT so the minimum wage could only be $48,510.
Ravi Kumar, Head of International Watches - Damas, said, "The unique beauty of this brand is that it is a trendsetter, and we are confident that it will become a very popular brand within our watches portfolio.
The Emaar spokesperson said damas thrives in hot, arid conditions and are commonly used for landscaping purposes.
Dubai Qatar's Mannai Corp and Egyptian investment bank EFG Hermes have taken control of Dubai's Damas after their consortium's $445 million (Dh1.