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marri

(ˈmærɪ)
n, pl -ris
(Plants) a species of eucalyptus, Eucalyptus calophylla, of Western Australia, widely cultivated for its coloured flowers
[C19: from a native Australian language]
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Noun1.marri - very large red gum tree
eucalypt, eucalyptus tree, eucalyptus - a tree of the genus Eucalyptus
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By the end of this year, the number of newly-opened Amer centers would reach 70, pointed out Al Marri, adding that for every center, 15 UAE citizens would get a job.
District and Sessions Judge Rashid Mehmood read the charges during the hearing, however, Marri pleaded not guilty before the court.
Le Point, which is weekly political and news magazine published in Paris, said 53-year-old Al Marri, who holds the rank of minister, comes from a family that "is not very wealthy".
Dr Marri has been living in Moscow for the past two decades and is one of the senior political activists of the Baloch moveAment.
It is important to mention that Dr Jumma Khan Marri is on self-exile in Moscow for the last two decades.
Quetta (Balochistan) [Pakistan], Jan 21 ( ANI ): Former Balochistan home minister Gazain Marri has been acquitted by an Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) here in a terrorism case related to the killing of two paramilitary personnel and recovery of explosive materials from his possession.
Former Home Minister Gazen Marri and others were nominated in the case.
The report described the measures taken against Qatar by the countries imposing the blockade as arbitrary and negatively infringing on human rights, Marri added.
According to police, Seetal Marri police had arrested two deciot including Ajmal and Ashraf in a case of gang rape and dacoity.
Talking to media persons on this occasion, Marri said: 'Today is international day of human rights but international institutions are silent over the enforced disappearance of political activists of Sindh, which is matter of great concern.
Al Marri was in a coma for 15 days and suffered a severely broken arm, leg, and other serious injuries.
Talking to media men on this occasion, Marri said: 'Today is international day of human rights but international institutions are silent over the enforced disappearance of political activists of Sindh, which is matter of great concern.