Darr


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(dăr)
n.1.(Zool.) The European black tern.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'"T' maister nobbut just buried, and Sabbath not o'ered, und t' sound o' t' gospel still i' yer lugs, and ye darr be laiking!
My award is that I have given four back-to-back hit drama serials, 'Darr Khuda Se' being the latest.
Titled Darr Khuda Se, the drama serial is a Geo TV presentation.
Witness M's team and MI5 suspected him of attack planning, but they were not told about Mr Darr's call or given his details.
Witness M's team and MI5 suspected him of planning an attack but they were not told about the call and Darr was not contacted despite leaving his details.
As Harrisburg has become home to more tech-focused firms in recent years, including some that occupy space near the university, Darr has floated the idea of partnering or creating a university hub for startups.
Fresh frozen plasma is tested for viruses but does not go through any viral inactivation procedures, Darr said.
Betty Darr: One tip I have found helpful is to use cereal boxes as "take-home" containers attached to the desks of each student.
"Sarah told me that Valentine's Day, on the day you expect love the most, was the day when she got hurt the worst," said Darr, a LAS alumna who directs WINGS (Women In Need Growing Stronger), the largest network of domestic abuse shelters in Illinois.
Hersh announces that Hoover's reports to Bobby Kennedy ("made available in full for this book") reveal that Alicia Darr "posed an extreme danger" during the 1960 campaign.
Darr provides an admirable model for building other biblical characters through an attentive, sequential reading of the text.