hiran


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hiran

[′hī‚ran]
(navigation)
A modification of the shoran system; special operating techniques permit distance measurements of an accuracy comparable to first-order triangulation. Derived from high-precision shoran.
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Hiran, 24, from Seedley, Salford, did not return home following a shift at El Capo restaurant in Manchester city centre.
Close pal Nicole Molyneux was among those to pay tribute to Hiran.
Adalah's petition stressed that "the fact that the evacuation will be carried out in order to build Hiran -- which will be open only to Jews -- violates the petitioners' right to dignity ...
The Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that "the planned town will not prevent [those from Bedouin villages] from living there and anyone who wishes to live in Hiran is entitled to do so."
Future residents of Hiran, currently numbering several dozen families, are living some three miles to the east, in a temporary settlement, which has all the necessary utilities and services.
Amman, July 27 (Petra)--Under the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, the Armed Forces Martyrs Cemetery in the Um Al Hiran area in southern Amman has undergone maintenance and rehabilitation work.
The inaugural flight departed from Terminal 3 carrying a delegation of senior airline executives, including Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline, Adel Al Redha, Emirates' Executive Vice President & Chief Operations Officer, Hubert Frach, Emirates' Divisional Senior Vice President Commercial Operations West and Hiran Perera, Emirates' Senior Vice President Cargo Planning and Freighters.
Her confrontation with newcomer Hiran Abeysekera as the over-sensitive, overthrown fiance, Valere, is brilliantly funny - one of the highlights of the play.
Hiran Malinda strolled the only century of the weekend for Colombo Lions to post a 139-run win over Khyber.
AaAa The court also confirmed the 3-month prison term and a 5,000 Dirham (660 US Dollars) fee against Rachid Mhamid and Mustapha Hiran, for similar charges.
Only one soldier was wounded in a brief fight with Islamist militants before Belet Weyne was retaken, said Muqtar Hussein Afrah, the chief commander of Somali forces in the central Hiran region.
The hard-line group also said they sending more fighters to the central region to reinforce troops in Hiran and Galgadud.