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Terah

(tē`rə), in the Bible, father of Abraham. An alternate form is Thara.
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Most of the seasonal rivers like Tarach, Natira, Kalemngorok and Kosipir are already flooded.
(34.) Stelmasiak Z, Tarach JS, Nowicka-Tarach BM, Mitosek-Szewczyk K, Drop A.
(9.) Stelmasiak Z, Tarach JS, Nowieka-Taraeh BM, Mitosek-Szewczyk K, Drop A.
Companies are paying for expensive cameras and features they don't need," said Thomas Tarach CEO/President of EyeNet Enforcement Systems.
Although the hosts appreciate the health facilities extended to them, they contend that poor sanitation in Kakuma is due to lack of toilet facilities and the many refugees, which led to bad sanitary conditions and the trading in commodities whose suitability for human consumption was "highly suspect." The recent arrivals, Somali-Bantu, have been accused of using the local wells on the river Tarach as "bathtubs," which has resulted in water-borne diseases such as typhoid, bilharzia, and dysentery.