maarad

maarad

[′mä‚rad]
(textiles)
A type of Egyptian cotton cultivated from American pima seeds.
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The best-known agglomeration is Trablous' Permanent International Exhibition Center -- later renamed the Rashid Karame International Fair, Maarad Trablous.
If the Maarad is an artifact of a past vision of urban development conditioned by the public good, it was abandoned, unfinished.
Walking through the all-but-deserted Maarad district of Downtown (surrounding the parliament and, since the middle of 2015, accessable only via military checkpoint), Azoury argues that the empty street-level storefronts that used to house restaurants and shops could be a techy business hub.
Address : Tripoli, Al Maarad Street, Ramzi Safadi Street
DUO represented a blend of LeMonot and Le Ciao and thus a new fine dining restaurant emerged in Maarad Street.
Riigi omandisse kuuluvate maavarade kaevandamisoiguse tasu maarad (Mining Charge Rates for State-owned Natural Resources).
Most of the shops in Downtown's Maarad Street are empty while others that are still operating there or in Beirut Souks are suffering from a remarkable slowdown in business.
Around the same time, towards the end of 2010, hospitality developers who were fed up with the high rent costs or overcrowding of places such as Downtown's Maarad street or Hamra were looking for a new area to expand into and found Mar Mikhael to be perfect for their needs.
NNA - 30/10/2012 - The Embassy of Spain, in collaboration with Cervantes Institute, invites all admirers of culture and history to attend the tribute to Historian Professor Afif Turc, held on Tuesday, October 30th, at 18h00 in the conference room at the headquarters of Cervantes Institute in Beirut, Al Maarad Street.
The seminar to take place at Nini hospital in Maarad / Tripoli
All people identify me [by this word], they will be upset if I did not say Beirut and startle them," Basha tells The Daily Star while standing in Maarad Street holding his photos.