Dabb


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(dåb)
n.1.(Zool.) A large, spine-tailed lizard (Uromastix spinipes), found in Egypt, Arabia, and Palestine; - called also dhobb, and dhubb.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Sajidullah and Mohammad Sohail, residents of Dabb, while lodging an FIR in the Karak police station, stated that they were going home on a motorcycle when three masked men forced them to stop near the football ground in Dabb village.
Even the dysgerminoma with necrosis showed positive staining with OCT-4, as is noted by Dabb. [1]
This was informed by a press release issued here on Sunday and informed that the local people of Karak city informed the SHO of Karak police station Shah Baraz Khan that a woman resident of Dabb stole golden earrings from a young girl in Algaddi Karak area and managed to escape the scene.
Gornal Athletic completed a wretched season with a 2-2 draw at Smethwick Rangers where Calvin Campbell and Reece Dabb were on target for the Dudley side while Taryyl Davis and Albert Alexander replied.
ZOO " A green sign means the reptile is capable of being handled and safe to work around and can be found on the doors of animals such as eyed dabb lizard, hermann's tortoise and Solomon island ground boa.
Reed Eckhardt, executive editor in Cheyenne and Holly Dabb, publisher in Rawlins and Rock Springs.
Sam Dabb, landlady at Newport's Le Pub, is still heading to Cardiff tomorrow where one of the events was meant to take place.
(31) Likewise, international relations scholar Jennifer Dabb Sciubba's The Future Faces of War recommends family planning as a strategic US military intervention to address demographic insecurity, alongside the empowerment of women.
As part of his linguistic research, CG von Brandenstein (1977:170) interviewed Charlie Dabb, who was 'about 60' in 1976, at locations in the shire of Esperance, including Pink Lake, Bandy Creek, Picnic Cove and Cape Le Grand.
Research on education suggests that a better understanding of students' preferences of faculty can contribute to achieve educational goals and create an opportunity to learn in a classroom environment more conducive to student preferences (Zapalska and Dabb 2002; Nunan 1999; Gurney 2007; Minotti 2005; Sternberg et al.
DABB (CyHAN)- Already, they have an online campaign dubbed #JASASTADIUM (fill up the stadium) running on social media platforms Face Book and Twitter that has gone viral in Kenya.