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(ˈɡɑːbə) ,




(Other Non-Christian Religions) a member of an Iranian religious sect practising a modern version of Zoroastrianism
(Other Non-Christian Religions) of, relating to, or characterizing the Gabar sect or its beliefs
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of Public Health, Division of Behavioral Health; Secretary Helen Ghebre, Program and Policy Consultant, Minnesota Department of Human Services Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division.
Waiting for a minibus to take her family to a hotel six miles away, Zega Ghebre, 42, said the situation was "unbelievable".
Spice-user Haile Ghebre, 36, was ordered to carry out 200 hours' unpaid work for the community and given a three-month curfew from 8pm to 5am in a suspended prison sentence.
When his lawyer Julian Gaskin raised the fact Ghebre was a smoker and potential problems with the order, Recorder Rachel Harrison said: "He can lean out of a window.
Ghebre - a man said to have been left "stuck in limbo" by his confused immigration status - was in the dock being sentenced for burglary.
He heard a noise and went outside to see Ghebre and another man.
Getachew Ghebre, "Ethiopia: Honeymoon Over," New African (December 1991: 19).
Present were her parents, Teclu Hailu, 81, and Nigisty Ghebre, 67, as well as many of her nine brothers and sisters.
Ghebre reported that her daughter - who was born in Eritrea and immigrated to the United States in 1990 - has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and had just completed a two-week stay for psychiatric treatment at Pacific Hospital of Long Beach when she disappeared.
Haile Ghebre, 34, of Union Street, Middlesbrough, given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS165 costs for criminal damage.