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izar

(ɪˈzɑː)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Islam a long garment, usually white, that is traditionally worn by Muslim women and which covers the whole body
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Noun1.izar - a voluminous cotton outer garment (usually white) traditionally worn by Muslim women of northern Africa and the Middle East; covers the entire body
outer garment, overgarment - a garment worn over other garments
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Benjamin Izar, MD, PhD, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Dissecting treatment-resistance to EGFR-inhibitors in lung cancer patients using single-cell RNA-sequencing
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Centre Shannon Izar and winger Marion Lievre both raced over in the dying stages to put a flattering gloss on the final scoreline for the victors but ultimately Wales were guilty of coughing up too much possession in the second half and powder-puff tackling didn't aid their cause either.
Saba)- The United Nations in Yemen is concerned about the situation in Amran Governorate, where clashes between armed tribesmen of the Usaymat tribe from Al-Ashah District and Izar tribesmen from Al-Qaflah District, in Danan village have reportedly killed 90 people since mid-August and affected hundreds of families.
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Navantia (previously Izar and prior to that Bazan) developed its submarine capabilities through the local production of foreign submarine designs to meet the needs of the Spanish Navy.
Por que es necesario producir un nuevo aparato electronico cuando la tecnologi'a nos permitin'a actual izar las versiones previas?