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arti

(ˈʌrtɪ)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism a ritual performed in homes and temples in which incense and light is offered to a deity
[Hindi]
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FASHIONALLY PRESENTATION: Arto Wong (brand name: ARTO.)
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Arto Nummela has been the face of HMD Global since it announced the plan to relaunch Nokia-branded smartphones.
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Arto said that the guys who were on the Southern trip were on a beach holiday.
Arto explains that the repayments are not much more than the rent they were playing on their old place, and there's the security of owning the building.
ThataACAOs why we invited Arto and his crew to come and reimagine this familiar environment.aACA[yen]
The ARTO tried to call up District Magistrate Sandhya Tiwari, but couldn't reach her.
BEIRUT: Some eggplants, olive oil and a small pot of yogurt were among the belongings his mother brought with her to England when Arto Der Haroutunian's family emigrated from Lebanon in 1952.
Ann Rounds, from Wallsall, added: "Just to let you know my son did the sudoku by Arto Inkala in next to no time.
"With Arto's deep understanding of digital media and his comprehensive leadership experience, we will work toward broadening Dubizzle's services across geographic markets, languages and platforms," comments J.C.
In part, the exhibition addresses this historical condensation through commissioned responses by contemporary artists including Ernesto Neto, Rivane Neuenschwander, and Arto Lindsay.