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 a stud, 1887; a breed or herd of horses.
Examples: haras of horses [stud], 1486; of wicked colts, 1300; of wild horses; of breeding mares, 1594.
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The talk will be moderated by Khaled Harras, associate teaching professor of computer science and director of the computer science programme at CMU-Q.
com)-- Melville, NY-based commercial real estate law and business litigation law firm, Harras Bloom & Archer, LLP, announces Paul Bloom, a founding partner of Harras Bloom & Archer, LLP, a boutique real estate and business law firm serving New York City and Long Island will be honored in an upcoming ceremony to benefit the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County.
CAIRO: Harras Hodoud manager Tarek Al-Ashri revealed that he will face league holders Ahly with a three-man attack.
The combination of John Harras, Paul Bloom and Keith Archer represents a uniquely talented and effective legal team.
The group, at Leuchars Court, on Harras Bank, Birtley, are full of praise for Gateshead Council after it responded to their plea for a lowered kerb.
Harras el-Hodoud star Ahmed Eid was omitted in the wake of his red card in the local league match against Smouha, which cost him a four-match ban.
Chances proved difficult to come by at the Harras El-Hedoud Stadium before Bangoura replaced Kaba Diawara midway through the second period.
The Red Devils' jubilant supporters hurled insults at Shikabala after the team snapped a four-match winless run by beating Harras Hodoud 2-1 last Tuesday.
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Generation X will feature mutant characters that not only have problems fitting into society, but getting along with each other as well," said Harras.
One resident, who did not wish to be named, said: ``People here are sick of being harras sed and intimidated by others and it comes to something if bin men fear for their safety.
Harras Hodoud star Ahmed Eid has returned to the squad, despite being on a