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naker

(ˈneɪkə; ˈnæk-)
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(Instruments) one of a pair of small kettledrums used in medieval music
[C14: from Old French nacre, via Medieval Greek anakara, from Arabic naqāra]
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Her description was here suddenly interrupted by the signal for assault, which was given by the blast of a shrill bugle, and at once answered by a flourish of the Norman trumpets from the battlements, which, mingled with the deep and hollow clang of the nakers, (a species of kettle-drum,) retorted in notes of defiance the challenge of the enemy.
Tenders are invited for Construction of Retaining wall to protect the pump house) Providing Irrigation facility to village Jallandhar Lahar by C/o Check dam on Naker Khad in vill.
During 2017, both the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange (ADX) and the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) awarded SHUAA licences to act as a market naker and liquidity provider in order to assist issuers in maintaining a liquid and orderly market in their respective stock listings.
McNamara (evening undergraduate studies, The Citadel) and Bucher (liberal studies, Naker U.
Over there, Abdullah Naker, the leader of the most prominent militia, set the conditions of the trade-off: higher salaries, medical insurance, homes, cars and marriages for the single armed men
We captured explosives with them that they bought from the black market and now we're interrogating them," The Telegraph quoted Abdullah Naker, the commander of Tripoli's Revolutionist Council, as saying.
The commander of Tripoli's Revolutionist Council, Abdullah Naker, said that the Libyan militia has captured nine Gaddafi loyalists who had been plotting to blow up Tripoli's power grid on New Year's Eve.
Abdullah Naker, the commander of Tripoli's Revolutionist Council, said Egypt's Nilesat satellite broadcaster had allowed Muammar Qaddafi's official Al Jamahiriya station to broadcast last week.
Certain military commanders from Misrata and Zintan--cities that field some of the most powerful militias operating in Tripoli--have agreed to comply, in principle, while TRC head Abdullah Ahmed Naker said, "We accept the decision to disarm the militias, but we would like to know how the weapons will be handed over.
Naker said that members of the Mashasha tribe killed Salama al-Mabrouk, leader of Zintan's Brigade Number 14 and his companion while he was traveling on a public road.
On the same day as Belhaj's victory march, fighters loyal to Abdullah Naker, a competing Tripoli-based commander and head of the Tripoli Revolutionary Council, spent the evening going through drafts of a press release that was a public refusal to acknowledge Belhaj as the main voice of Libya's fighters.