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DAR

abbr.
1. damage assessment routine
2. Daughters of the American Revolution

DAR

abbreviation for
Daughters of the American Revolution

D.A.R.

Daughters of the American Revolution.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- Wasel Dabas al-Haroun, one of the most notorious commanders of ISIL, has escaped from the battlefields towards the regions that are controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) after his troops came under attack by the Syrian Army troops in Deir Ezzur province, local sources said Friday.
Major organization : DAKV DABAS S KRNYKE VIZGYI KFT.
In this film, I am playing a role of a criminal psychologist who tries to ascertain whether the character of Parvin Dabas is mentally stable and speaking the truth.
The two had remained in contact after Dabas befriended the victim on the pretext of helping her get a job.
Yan daba who participated in violence were typically the leaders of a daba and the inner core of members, who have zuciya (heart) for their dabas and for particular political and religious leaders.
The film, which was produced by Ekta Kapoor, also stars Sandhya Mridul, Parveen Dabas and Divya Dutta.
Summary: Earlier in the day, police sources confirmed the arrest of the detective, who had allegedly asked Dabas to seek Arun Jaitley's call details using an ACP's e-mail account.
Summary: ABU DHABI - Just as in previous years, Dabas, the tiny yellow date, slightly on the sweet side and unique to the Liwa region, was the first to be judged in the Liwa Dates Festival, which started on Tuesday in Mazeira, the largest town of Al Gharbia's Liwa oasis.
Hussein Nemat Hawas, the director of the Dabas police station, Kirkuk, escaped an attempt on his life when an explosive device hit his motorcade near al-Rabe Bridge, southern Kirkuk," Brig.
Writing for librarians and students, Dabas, a librarian at Maharshi Dayanand U.
Mouhannad Almallah Dabas, 33, is accused of recruiting and handling logistics for the cell that staged the March 11, 2004, Madrid train bomb attacks that killed 191 people and injured more than 1,800.
With: Emily Hamilton, Parvin Dabas, Gleen Fitzgerald, Sweta Keswani, Murli Sharma, Denzil Smith, Nitika Anand, Sujata Kuraar.