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 (ou′rär′, œ′rär′)
Plural of eyrir.


(Currencies) the plural of eyrir


(ˈeɪ rɪər)

n., pl. au•rar (ˈɔɪ rɑr)
a monetary unit of Iceland, equal to 1/100 of a króna.
[1925–30; < Icelandic; Old Norse: ounce, unit of money < Latin aureus golden]
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40) 'A Five Year Report on Performance of Women Parliamentarians in the 12th National Assembly (2002-2007)', Naeem Mirza and Wasim Wagha, Aurar Foundation Publication, Pakistan, pg.
Lumpkin Co: Grier's Cave, 1 (UGAMNH); Dahlonega, Lockhart Mine, 1 UGAMNH); 8 mi E Dahlonega, Tennessee Copper Mine, 1 (UGAMNH); Aurar ia, 3 (UGAMNH); Dahlonega, Calhoun Mine, 1 (UGAMNH); Dahlonega, Gold Nugget Mine, 2 (UGAMNH); Dahlonega, Turkey Mine, 1 (UGAMNH); Dahlonega, Finley Mine, 1 (UGAMNH).
The story on page 14 focuses on the research of ARS plant physiologist Aurar K.