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gare

(ɡɑː)
n
1. a dock-basin on a waterway
2. (Nautical Terms) a pier or wharf
3. (Railways) a train station
adj
4. greedy; covetous
5. mean; miserly
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According to a statement issued here by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR,) on confirm intelligence, the security forces carried out search operation in Gara Madda.
Lors de son passage dimanche 25 septembre 2016 sur les ondes de Mosaique Fm, Rached Gara a affirme que la CNAM n'a pas rembourse les dus des proprietes de pharmacies privees.
Gara said they are targeting to be able to completely release the CNA incentives to all of the city government employees by Friday.
The incident occurred in Tawda China Gara Kamarkhel close to Bara bazaar.
According to the Daily Express, Gara revealed that the company's all major studios are working on PS4 content and it will take a couple of months for supply levels to be able to meet demand for the console which, after its UK launch, went onto becoming the fastest selling console in history.
This is another historic moment for the PlayStation brand, and something I'm incredibly proud of," said Gara.
Draw for Thursday's decider ( betting from local layer Del Borrows): 1Make No Vows (7-1) 2 Rough Bellamy (5-2) 3 Friday's Hills (m) (11-4) 4 Silverduf Jet (w) (7-2) 5 Comans Jamie (w) (12-1) 6 Gara Chem (w) (2-1)
ETA, blamed for killing more than 800 people since launching its fight for Basque independence in 1968, frequently makes warning calls to Gara.
Eta, seeking independence for the Basque region of north-west Spain, had warned five bombs had been placed in the Madrid area on the website of Basque newspaper Gara.
A $5 million New York state grant went toward the Long Island City, Queens facility and roughly $35 million from New York City went toward the building project, Gara said.
Also during the transition, girls find peer relationships most stressful, whereas boys find peer relationships, conflict with authority, and academic pressures as equal stressors (Elias, Ubriaco, Reese, Gara, Rothbaum, & Haviland, 1992).