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Sangar

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Kobiaiskii Raion, Yakut ASSR. Landing on the right bank of the Lena River, 337 km northwest of Yakutsk. Hard coal is mined. The city has a plant producing construction materials and a fish processing plant.

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Sangar said the Xbox One was, despite its general entertainment capabilities, was first and foremost a gaming console.
When fellow Afghan soldiers challenged him, he fired at them, and Royal Marines in another sangar fired back once it was safe to do so without the risk of injuring others.
Bahrain's other representative Al Sangar, meanwhile, made an early exit despite his brave performance against a Kuwaiti fighter, whom he lost to 1-2 to end Bahrain's bid in the Games' karate competition.
The interpreter and I had left the compound and the other four were inside when from that point we heard gunfire from the sangar.
Aman Sangar, of Microsoft Gulf, told us in October last year that the company hadn't launched the service yet because they didn't want to bring a watered down version of Xbox LIVE to the region.
It builds upon the original title in every way and we are pleased to offer our fans in the Middle East the most complete action experience on Xbox 360," said Aman Sangar, product marketing manager at Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division Middle East.
Chris, of Winlaton, Gateshead, said: "I don't mind sangar duties too much because it's important to keep the camp safe, but two hours at the top of the tower can get pretty hot.
Fans in Europe and the Middle East have been crying out to get their hands on Alan Wake since it was first announced and we're thrilled to be able to deliver it to them early," said Aman Sangar, Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division Middle East.
While in Tartu, the president visited Sangar, the biggest shirt manufacturer in the Baltic States and Scandinavia.
Bus driver Sangar Zayer, 26, said the idea is good but only with certain conditions: The company should buy his bus at a good price, and it should hire him to become company>s bus driver, paying him a suitable monthly salary.
Reporting was contributed by Jim Yardley from New Delhi, Jason Tanner and Sangar Rahimi from Kabul, and Salman Masood from Islamabad, Pakistan.