Nora


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Nora

 

a river in Amur Oblast, RSFSR, a right tributary of the Selemdzha (Amur River basin). It is 305 km long and drains an area of 16,700 sq km. Originating in the Dzhagdy Range, it flows through the Amur-Zeia Plateau. The river is fed primarily by rain. High water lasts from May to September. The mean flow rate 141 km from the river’s mouth is 128 cu m per sec. The Nora freezes over in November and thows in May.

Nora

trapped in the domesticity demanded by her husband. [Nor. Lit.: Ibsen A Doll’s House]

Nora

rebellious heroine; leaves stultifying marriage. [Nor. Lit.: A Doll’s House]
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Nora's parents were also apparently invited to attend the ceremony, but left after an hour.
Police have since faced criticism for failing to find Nora, who tragically died an agonising death in the jungle after surviving for up to a week as search teams desperately tried to find her.
Monday, August 5: A British charity says Malaysian police are treating Nora's disappearance as a potential abduction, but officers say there is no sign of any foul play.
Nora's family think she was abducted, despite an autopsy showing she died of starvation.
Speaking outside the police headquarters in Seremban, police chief Mohammad Mat Yusop said Nora had died "two to three days ago" from "internal bleeding from a ruptured ulcer in her intestine, possibly caused by prolonged starvation or stress".
Nora's mother had made a heartfelt appeal on Monday to find her as a PS10,000 reward - donated by an anonymous Belfast business - was offered for information leading to her safe return.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place today to determine the cause of Nora's death, police said.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar said, following the confirmation that Nora's body had been found, that the situation was "every family's worst nightmare".
August 5: A British charity said that Malaysian police were treating Nora's disappearance as a potential abduction, but officers denied there was any foul play involved.
Nora The police said there were no initial signs of foul play, but Nora's family said they had "no reason to believe she wandered off and is lost".