Harrar


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Harrar,

Ethiopia: see HararHarar
or Harrar
, city (1994 pop. 76,378), capital of Harar region, E central Ethiopia, at an altitude of c.6,000 ft (1,830 m). It is the trade center for a region where coffee, cereals, and cotton are produced. Harar was probably founded in the 7th cent.
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These fascinating discovery stories are fundamental to the coffee we have today and allow us to share the incredible tastes of Arabica Ethiopia Harrar and Robusta Uganda, two coffees that truly demonstrate the sensorial profiles from their regions.""
Suki Harrar specialises in the TUPE aspects of commercial, corporate and social housing transactions, as well as handling whistleblowing cases and senior executive dismissals.
Heba Nayed Harrar Deputy Executive for Production and Transmission of Electricity and Water at EWA.
Red Cross members evacuated dozens of people who suffered health emergencies, the reporter noted, underscoring the readiness of the Red Cross members, especially Harrar's Center which set a plan to help more than 100 thousand citizens in Jurd Al-Kaitaa region if need demanded that.
Mum-of-three Kim Harrar, 33, whose Christmas tree "floated away" from her Carlisle home, added: "I hope they have not made yet more mistakes with the flood defences after what happened last time." Her neighbour Craig Brownlee-Chapman, 40, hit by flooding at his property for the second time in 10 years, added: "I cannot believe Cameron is in town saying he hopes everyone is OK after all this.
Souad Harrar, member of the organising committee told TAP "this initiative wa born last July 27 during a popular rally held by a group of Tunisians living in France to denounce the June 26 terrorist attack in Sousse."
"And it's definitively working because not only do you see much more coffee coming out of Harrar these days, but you also note it in the quality and how the Harar coffees reaching the market now are coming back to the blueberry and wine taste it used to be so famous for," said Orle, who herself was born in Harar and raised in Ethiopia.
Black walnut, Juglans nigra L., is native to eastern North America and is valued for its economic, ornamental, and ecological importance throughout the United States (Williams 1990; Harlow & Harrar 1969; Smith & Follmer 1972).
Vanessa Harrar of the University of Oxford said that cross-sensory shift of attention from visual to auditory stimuli is particularly difficult for people who have dyslexia compared to good readers and the new evidence has begun to link multisensory integration and dyslexia to the same parts of the brain.
Brightcove (NASDAQ: BCOV) said that former Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) senior vice president and general manager of video and entertainment services, Derek Harrar, has joined the Brightcove board of directors.