Palal


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Palal

(pā`lăl), in the Bible, worker on the wall of Jerusalem.
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Both the deceased were children of Buland Khan Palal.
He named Pagol payam in Tonj north, Kirik Payam, Thiet payam, Wanh alel payam, Jak Payam, Manyang Ngok Payam, all in Tonj South and Palal payam in Tonj East counties, as the worst affected by the floods.
Thaher received copies of the credentials of resident Ambassadors of the Republic of the Philippines Olivia Valera Palal and the Republic of Azerbaijan Sabir Mammad Oglu Aghabayov .
A new road built in 2006 has reduced travel time to one and a half hours via the Daman-e-Jaw Palal mountainous range.
We have arranged for Saudi Prince Al-Waleed [Bin Palal Bin Abdul Aziz], the nephew of King Fahad [Bin Abdul Aziz] to become our partner.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Palal, Kundal and Sanam Dams (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and in FATA, Kurram Tangi Dam (North Waziristan), Gomal Zam Dam (South Waziristan) will be undertaken.
In Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, Palal, Kundal and Sanam Dams (Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa) and in FATA, Kurram Tangi Dam (North Waziristan), Gomalzam Dam (South Waziristan) will be undertaken.
Farmers in Jaffarabad district of Balochistan including Mir Abdul Razzaque Palal, Mir Nisar and Mir Deedar opined that bomber wheat crop is expected in Balochistan as majority of the growers have cultivated wheat after the recent floods destroyed their rice crops standing on million of acres.
Brown turns instead to a historical observation of another kind: "Having missed my dinner, I crossed over to the Palals Royal, to a dining saloon, and can assure you that a better dinner may be had there for five francs, than can be got in New York for twice that sum, and especially if the person who wants the dinner is a coloured man" (Three Years 62).