Arad


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A·rad

 (ä-räd′)
A city of western Romania on the Mureşul River near the Hungarian border. Historically ruled by Hungary, by the Ottoman Turks, and then by Hungary again, it became part of Romania in 1919.

Arad

(ˈæræd)
n
(Placename) a city in W Romania, on the Mureş River: became part of Romania after World War I, after belonging successively to Turkey, Austria, and Hungary. Pop: 155 000 (2005 est)

A•rad

(ɑˈrɑd)

n.
a city in W Romania on the Mureş River. 191,000.
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The population in Arad is growing rapidly," Ms Al Dossary told the GDN.
The statement came after the Israeli '0404' news website claimed that "some negotiations were made with Iran about Ron Arad, the missing Israeli pilot one month ago".
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However, during the proceeding Moufeed declared that he knew the actual story of the missing pilot and began regaling the court with a twisting narrative that ended with Arad dying under torture in the custody of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party in 1988.
The revamp of Avenue 46 in Arad is part of the projects implemented by the Ministry in both Arad and Hidd.
The approval was granted despite opposition to the plans on the grounds that the project will be built on land that has yet to be reclaimed and could harm the protected Arad Bay, Gulf Daily News reports.
Councillors yesterday gave the project the green light despite concerns it will be built on land that has yet to be reclaimed and could harm the protected Arad Bay, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
But Arad, who has spent decades monitoring Iran's nuclear proliferation, was deeply skeptical on Tuesday that Iran would voluntarily forgo its bid to attain nuclear military capabilities in the allotted six-month time-frame for negotiations, or beyond.
Arad has now accepted the technology and embraced the benefits that come along with it.
17 August 2010 - US-based cancer metabolism company Cornerstone Pharmaceuticals Inc today announced that it has appointed Dorit Arad director of research and development (R&D) for the company's operations in Israel.
Under the deal, the liabilities of Arad and Cluj would be assumed by the buyers.