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n. pl. heiau
An ancient Hawaiian temple.

[Hawaiian, from hei, variant of hai, to worship, from Proto-Polynesian *fai, to worship.]
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Eminent electronic media panelist and CEO of Mehran Television Network Ghulam Nabi Morai said that he was deeply impressed to behold firsthand the incredible talent of students of SU Institute of Art and Design.
The then chairman of the FCS, Dr Nisar Ahmed Jan Memon, alias Nisar Morai, former chairman Abdul Saeed Khan, ex-vice chairman Sultan Qamar Siddiqui and 10 other officials and contractors have been accused of misusing their authority, embezzlement of funds, illegal appointments and awarding fake contracts during 2014-15, causing a loss of over Rs343 million to the national exchequer.
Saunders is the president of Morai Logistics, an operating agency of Mode Transportation, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hub Group.
Bashir Ahmed Morai, Ghulam Hadi Morai, Nisar Ahmed Memon, Shah Hassan Rashdi and the leaders of different organizations paid a visit to the free medical camp and reviewed the facilities being provided to the patients.
KARACHI -- Former Chairman Fisheries and leader of Pakistan Peoples Party, Dr Nisar Morai, has confessed before interrogators that he on directives of former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari through his close aide Dr Zulfiqar Mirza has killed former Chairman PSM Sajjad Hussain, former federal secretary Alam Almani and others, it emerged on Thursday.
Karachi -- Former Chairman Fisheries Nisar Morai has confessed before a JIT that the assassination plot of former Chairman Steel Mills Sajjad Hussain was hatched in Clifton.
In a statement, the spokesman of Bilawal House Jamil Soomro said that Nisar Morai is just a worker of PPP and he recognised Co-Chairman of the party President Asif Ali Zardari as the other workers know him.
KARACHI -- Rangers on Wednesday alleged that Chairman Fisherman Cooperative Society and leader of Pakistan People Party (PPP), Nisar Morai, has transferred million of rupees abroad on the directives of top leadership of a political party.
BARNSLEY head coach Jose Morais felt his side passed up the opportunity to produce something "extraordinary" at the Riverside after falling to a 3-1 defeat.
Hull City 1 Barnsley 1 BY NATHAN HEMMINGHAM BARNSLEY boss Jose Morais said a head injury to Adam Jackson took the shine off a good point at relegation rivals Hull.
Successive trips to relegation rivals Birmingham and Hull follow in the space of eight days and Williams hopes Morais, who coached under Jose Mourinho at Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Chelsea, can spark a revival.
Barnsley's aims are less grand and the Tykes have appointed Jose Morais as their new manager as they battle to avoid the drop.