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lur

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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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Tribes such as the Bakhtiaris, Lurs, and Qashqais, in western and southern Iran, have produced prime ministers and generals.
He said being composed of various tribes is an excellent feature of Iranian nation, and added that Bakhtiari tribe and Lurs are among the best and the most loyal tribes of Iran.
The LURs to be used are constructed for each individual in our sample based on his/ her county of residence at the time of the 48-mo survey.
The instruments were in fact Lurs, two of which can be seen on a statue directly opposite the entrance to the genuinely magical Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, from where the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra brought us a flavour of Saturday night back home in Denmark.
Elementos de la Policia Judicial Federal que participaron en el operativo fueron ademas de Rodolfo Leon Aragon, refugiados despues como agregados de la embajada de Mexico en Guatemala en tiempo de Guillermo Cosio como embajador, Miguel Silva Caballero Chico Changote, Gustavo Lurs Tijerina, posteriormente asesinados, Salvador Peralta Perez (comandante de la Judicial Federal en Jalisco cuando la matanza en la discoteca Christine del hotel Krystal de Vallarta).
During the initial stage of the LURs some local authorities failed to establish a basis of measurement for land value.
Among many other things it also focused on Iran's non-Persian peoples, such as the Arabs of the petroleum and water-rich province of Khuzestan (whose real name being Arabistan, annexed to Persia in April 1925), the Azeris (Turkic peoples of both the independent Republic of Azerbaijan and the Iranian Province of East Azerbaijan, as well as the Turkomans, the Baluchs (of the Sunni south-eastern province of Sistan-Baluchistan, the Lurs (Lors), etc.
Trailers used for transferring garbage to the transfer of Lurs dock (14,000 tons).
One member of parliament even spoke about the "club" Iranian Lurs use to treat those who do not walk a straight line.
Iran experts said Mir Hussein Moussavi, another presidential candidate, will enable Azerbaijan to obtain a majority of the Kurds and Lurs, Arabs, Baluch.
The sound of Viking lurs will launch a remarkable concert at Symphony Hall on Saturday, October 6, when Copenhagen's world-famous Tivoli Gardens are transported to Birmingham.