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arar

(ˈɑːrɑː)
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(Plants) an African tree, Tetraclinis articulata, belonging to the family Cupressaceae, having hard fragrant dark wood, and found in N Africa and Spain
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Arare chance to catch minor celebrities (cliche alert) "out of their comfort zones" as the BBC proudly presented a load of crap.
The decision to scrap Russiaas South Stream project and redirect the gas pipeline to Turkey seems to be a arare diplomatic defeata for Russian President Vladimir Putin, the New Your Times commented on Tuesday.
ARARE find at the South Liverpool Vintage Fair last month helped me to select this week's story for our stroll down Memory Lane.
ARARE eyewitness account by one of the British heroes of the Battle of Rorke's Drift has sold for PS15,500 at auction.
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From March 1, certain ANA international flights will offer halal-certified*1 Arare , Japanese confectionery, giving our customers more chance to experience the taste of Japan.
Este mismo documento informa de que los monjes, tras desprenderse en favor del monarca de la mayor parte de sus heredades en Villafrechos, conservan en la villa <<duas iugatas, quantum duo paria boum per unumquemque annum arare possunt>>, es decir, una menos que las consignadas por el Inventario de 1213 (Perez Celada, Documentacion I, doc.
They're funny becausethey're written by people who have arare talent for showing the naturalfunniness of people, particularly
ARARE opportunity to catch a founding member and chief songwriter of the legendary New York Dolls is being offered up.
Pratt Toby 20, PS500 Three generations of Ralph Woods are recorded arare jug, circa his ruddy, complexion, PS1,200-PS1,500 as having made figures at their factory at Burslem, one of the Five Towns of the Staffordshire Potteries, and were among the first English potters to identify their work using either their names or a mark (in their case THE BROWN JUG Dear Tom, this brown jug that now foams with mild ale, (In which I will drink to sweet Nan of the Vale) Was once Toby Fillpot, a thirsty old soul, As e''er drank a bottle, or fathomed a bowl; In boosing about 'twas his praise to excel, And among jolly topers he bore off the bell.
Arare case of mixed cystic and alveolar hydatidosis.
Erdheim-Chester disease: arare multisystem histiocytic disorder associated with interstitial lung disease.