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marari

(ˈmɑːrɑːriː)
n
(Animals) NZ a Māori name for butterfish2
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Twice second and fourth three times, from five previous outings, Zahee registered a deserved first success with an ultra-smooth victory in a maiden over 1,800m with stable companion, Marari De Faust chasing him home.
We were talking over lime sodas and spicy chunks of chicken, curry leaves and shallots fried crisp in coconut oil at the Marari Beach Resort, a seaside resort near the Malabar coastal village of Maraikulum, where city dwellers come to get Ayurvedic treatments and swim in the Arabian Sea.
GCAQFT also discussed other institutions working on justifying Qatari practices such as International Human Rights Organization (IFDI), which is headed by a Muslim Brotherhood member, Abdelmajid Marari.
The winning stalls are Kashma owned by Fajer Al Hashel, Marari by Nada owned by Nada Bubshait and The Celebrity Closet owned by Maha Alqassab.
Finally there is a chance to relax with a three-night stay at the Marari Beach Resort on the Malabar coast.
Exhausted from the strain of drinking cocktails, sniffing spices and watching somebody else cook for me, I zig-zag back across the country, making the five-hour journey to the Marari Beach Resort on the tropical Malabar coast.
The storm broke early, so we made our way to Marari beach 15 km away.