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lur

(lʊə) or

lure

n, pl lures (ˈlʊərɪz)
(Instruments) a large bronze musical horn found in Danish peat bogs and probably dating to the Bronze Age
[from Danish (and Swedish and Norwegian) lur, from Old Norse lūthr trumpet]
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5] associations with incident stroke depending on the precision of the cohort-specific LUR models in predicting individual [PM.
The measurement strategy was based on previous LUR campaigns focusing on urban air pollution using a spatially dense network of measured concentrations (Hoek et al.
They are Azeris, Kurds, Lurs, Qashqai'is, Ahwazis, Arabs, Balouchis, Turkmens, Afsharis, Gilaki and Mazandaranis.
Thus far, the Lurs have maintained their century-long vigil in dignified silence.
ANTRA cavities CALCULI kidney stones DUCAT old European coin IMARI Japanese porcelain IOS cries of joy JAKAJ town in Albania (Geonames online database) LASSI cold drink made with yoghurt LENTICEL breathing pore in bark LUR old Scandinavian trumpet MANTRAM mantra PREAMP preamplifier in sound system QOREQ town in Afghanistan (Geonames online database) RABBIN rabbi RICKLE rickety structure UBUNTU humanity and compassion VAZOV Ivan, Bulgarian poet, 1850-1921 (Wikipedia) XEROTIC abnormally dry YARROW strop-scented plant ZMUDZ dialect of Lithuanian (Webster's 2nd edition, 1961)
The group that arrived at Juba airport from the Ethiopia were led by former Upper Nile state's minister for cabinet affairs, Yiey Pouch Lur.
and must wait lur all the mailed-in ballots to be counted before any confinnation can be made as to who will be on the ballot this November.
Almost all of the Lur ethnic group are resident in Andimesk.
Land for residential use typically has a term of 70 years LUR, individual rural holdings generally do not have a time limit set and land contracted for peasants' collective ownership, to be used for crop farming, forestry, fishery production and the like, has a term of 30 years.
Pire encore, nombreux sont les patients qui se plaignent de l'absence frequente de medecins parce que la plus part d'entre eux profitent de lur conge pour aller travailler dans une clinique.
Some of her model bookings include Lilly Pulitzer, Macys, Lur Apparel, and Mitchells Hair Salon.
Carnyx by Celtic peoples, cornu by Etruscans, lur by Scandinavians, buccina by the Romans, it became the trompe by devotees of the hunt.