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Noun1.Dama - fallow deerDama - fallow deer        
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Cervidae, family Cervidae - deer: reindeer; moose or elks; muntjacs; roe deer
Dama dama, fallow deer - small Eurasian deer
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In the chapter on rhythm in Damas's writing, Noland calls on critics such as Henri Meschonnic and Perry Phelan to trace an interesting parallel between poems by Jacques Prevert and Damas.
Anan Fakhreddin, CEO of Damas, said the Sama collection came as a natural evolution of the vision set forth three years ago.
Taking place from October to November, the Damas sale offers up to 50 per cent off on a wide range of jewellery including international brands.
Damas, a leading jewellery and watch retailer, has announced the opening of its new Damas Collections store in LuLu Hypermarket at Barwa City.
In an emailed statement, Ryan said Damas is looking to open 10 additional stores throughout the year in Saudi Arabia, as well as expand in the GCC region.
The private exhibition for Damas Jewelery was attended by the crAme de la crAme of the entertainment and fashion world as well as socialites and fashionistas.
The brand's jewellery collection will now be available at select Damas stores across the GCC, said a statement.
When Damas CEO Anan Fakhreddin last appeared in Gulf Business in 2011, it was under altogether different circumstances.
DAMAs are designed to ensure employers recruit Australians as a first priority and prioritise initiatives and strategies to facilitate the recruitment and retention of Australian workers.
To add to the celebrations, Damas is offering a raffle draw every week for five weeks, for a 100g gold bar for every winner.
Winning Damas media planning and buying business is something we are tremendously proud of here at Mindshare," said Elie Haber, managing director of Mindshare UAE.
Dinesh Dhanak, Deputy CEO of Damas, presented the celebrities with jewellery from Damas - the Middle East's leading international jewellery and watch retailer.