Darr


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(dăr)
n.1.(Zool.) The European black tern.
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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
And she claimed a group of Salafi Muslim parents also critcised both her and Mrs Darr for they way they dress.
In a more recent analysis using Democratic field office data from 2004, 2008, and 2012, Levendusky and Darr (2014) examined the determinants of field office placement and the effects of field offices on candidate performance at the county level.
Samerah Darr (third right) with, from the left, her mother Zaitun Iqbal, grandfather Abdul Rehman, her daughter Malaika, eight, her son |Dawar, nine, and her cousin Mehmoona Darr, 16
Pictured >from left: Mark Elder (partner), Fiona Hayles, Hannah Tripkovic, Rizwan Darr, Rebekah Finch, Ailsa Anderson and Victoria Savage
Darr and Eugene resident Peg Morton, a Quaker and longtime peace activist, were among those arrested in January 2009 and fined $500 each.
Often with students, particularly in an urban setting, what leaps to mind is, 'I'm going to go to an emergency room because I think I have the flu,'" says Darr.
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Darr (hospital administration, George Washington U.
Who do you think is cleverer: professional man-of-letters Stephen Fry or professional ball-chucker Darr en Gough?
Darr CPA, MT, is a Revenue Agent and a specialist with the Federal, State, and Local Division of the Internal Revenue Service.
USC also lost a commitment when punter Matt Darr changed his mind and said he will sign with Fresno State.