Damascene


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Damascene

a variety of domestic fancy pigeon with silvery plumage
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Three Musanze district officials including Mayor Habyarimana Jean Damascene, the vice mayor for economic affairs Ndabereye Augustin and were forced to resign while Uwamariya Marie Claire resigned on own volition.
The hosted crafts in Bait al-Sharq are located in the halls and includes the wooden mosaic, the shells, the stone mosaics, the marble, the engraving with all its types, the Arabic thread, the cornices, the stained glass, the damascene paint, the Arabic calligraphy, the brocade and the hand carpets.
Moreover, Damascene rose oil is used to produce rose water, perfumes, confections, honey and liquors.
Third on the list of endangered products is the Damascene Brocade, or natural silk textiles.
The woodwork inside the Ades (pronounced "Addis") Aynagogue was intricate Damascene carpentry inlaid with mother-of-pearl, a reminder of the community's Syrian origins.
This Damascene moment is certainly not before time, and needs no apology.
Summary: During a recent meeting of Damascene merchants, talk turned to the case of a colleague detained by Syria's powerful and dreaded state security apparatus.
Saffron from Lamancha, popularly known as Spain's red gold and hand-made 'Damascene' decorative designs, is another popular product.
However, in a real Cu and low-k dielectric dual damascene process, Cu can be oxidized by exposure to air before the diffusion barrier is deposited.
The Orthodox prelate spoke today at the inauguration of the work of the Council of Antioch at the Institute Saint John Damascene in Balamand.
The men's teams are Cathay Pacific, Dynamo by Damascene, Forex Cargo, Red Lion and Techno Chem Trading-Riffa Rookies.