duar


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duar

(ˈduːɑː)
n
a mountain passan Arab encampment
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The story in chapter 5 of the Black Regent of Bhutan and the Duar war is most compelling, which leads on to the British fighting the Bhutanese for their "Imperial addiction" which happens to be tea.
The narrator catches a glimpse of people gazing at him in the act of putting on his gloves or his hat; he notices children staring from behind the tent of a duar, and realizes that women watch him from behind the grates of their rooms.
In Homs, troops backed by tanks "deployed heavily in Duar al-Fakhura and around the neighborhood of Al-Nazihin," said Abdel Karim Rihawi, who heads the Syrian League for the Defense of Human Rights.
G Lee DuAR MAPEL F8 B Baugh 5-10-11 ................T Siddall bOLD INDIAN F57 M Sowersby 7-10-10.........C Gillies COOLAGADwONDER F76 N Bycroft 6-10-10 Alwyn Davies Holywell
To date, CPUs have been established in Mapel, Wunyiik, Duar, Panpandiar, and Mongiri.
Brian Baugh has been enjoying a terrific season on the all-weather with his dozen winners from 60-odd runners and he may have secured a good deal when claiming Duar Mapel for pounds 4,000 from David Bourton in January.
At the close of the Duar Wars (1864-1865), Bhutan ceded territory in the Assam, and Bengal Duars and British claimed arbitration power in Bhutan's disputes with neighbors through the Sinchula Treaty of 1865 (Penjore 112).
On the edges of the desert, especially in northern Africa and in the Near East, seminomadism or transhumance is practiced, combining a precarious cultivation of cereals that relies on the winter rains with grazing in the mountains in the summer; in seminomadism, the entire camp (or duar) moves as a collective, but in seasonal migration only the herders travel.
Duar has grown lately because of the kala-azar sickness.
Tenders are invited for Karheda rajeev colony sy hospitel ky pechy sy hoty huy shesh nagar duar tak puliya sahet nalay ke safai ka karya
Local sources claimed the actions may have been prompted by last week's renewed clashes between government forces and opposition forces in Duar area, located north of Bentiu.
Since April 2009, the Southern Sudan Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Commission (SSDDRC), with UNICEF support, identified and registered 134 child soldiers in SPLA barracks in the towns of Torit, Mapel, Wunyik, Duar, Panpandiar, Quffah, and Yafta.