daker

daker

(ˈdeɪkə)
n
(Units) obsolete a unit of commodities equivalent to ten
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Contractor name : COMERCIALIZADORA Y SERVICIOS DAKER LIMITADA
Funding projects is the main obstacle they are facing, says Daker Abdellah
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The 42-year-old Corley rider partnered Miss Demeanour IV, an eight-year-oldbay mare owned by Charles Daker in a competition that attracted 52 competitors aiming to collect one of 12 qualifying places in the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur Championships, at Aintree Equestrian Centre in Liverpool next month.
Commander Donald Daker of the Austin Police Department described the Nestande case as a "perfect illustration" of the challenges facing prosecutors in such cases.
Moving forward with a punny play off the original, Stay+ (read: Stay Positive), the duo and their occasional tertiary collaborator, Phil Daker, have built a buzz around their music and live shows.
1 The Carlisle bell is inscribed with the words 'The sweftes horse thes bel to tak for mi lade Daker sake' ('The swiftest horse this bell to take for my Lady Dacre's sake' - Lady Dacre presented the early prizes) 2 The two bells (the horse and nage bells - nage being a northern/Scottish word for a horse, ie a nag) survived as part of the council's collection of civic silver but were lost for many years before being rediscovered in a box in the town clerk's office in the later 19th century 3 During the 16th and 17th centuries, bells, bridles, plates and purses of money were the most common horserace prizes 4 The Carlisle Bell pre-dates the America's Cup - the world's oldest sporting trophy - by 250 years.
Alumwell Neighbourhood Sergeant Clare Daker hit on the idea of organising away days with the British Army after striking up a conversation with a major at a army-led conference in Walsall.
It follows Stephen Daker (Peter Davison), who takes up a post as a member of a university medical centre.
But he is probably best remembered for Boon, the light-hearted drama centred around two ex-firemen Ken Boon (Elphick) and Harry Crawford, played by David Daker.
It's a black tie event with a champagne reception, three-course meal, entertainment from the amazing Chris Daker and The Fabulous Daker Boys and a disco.
Daker Abd-Ilah, a member of the EFCBC highlighted that materials prices rose by more than 100%, with asphalt prices reaching EGP 1,100, up from EGP 200 and cement currently at EGP 700 per tonne, up from EGP 200 per tonne.