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Harar

(ˈhɑːrə) or

Harrer

n
(Placename) a city in E Ethiopia: former capital of the Muslim state of Adal. Pop: 96 000 (2005 est)

Ha•rar

or Har•rar

(ˈhɑr ər)

n.
a city in E Ethiopia. 122,932.
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Katharine Harer, a poet and English professor, spent years trying to create such a sanctuary.
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satam krpa mahat-seva sraddha guru-padasrayah I bhajanesu sprha bhaktir anarthapagamas tatah II nistha rucir athasakti ratih prematha darsanam I harer madhuryanubhava ity arthah syus caturdasa II (KS 1965: 156)
Ziad Bin harer said: Omar bin al-Khattab appointed me as ushr officer to collect 'Ushor, he told me to take 'Ushr (one-tenth) from merchants of the Pledge, one-half of one tenth from non- Muslims merchants and one fourth of one-tenth from Muslim merchants.
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In total, hospital centers with at least one pathologist and an FNAB service are found in 11 cities of Ethiopia: Addis Ababa, Nazret, Dese, Gonder, Dilla, Awassa, Mekelle/Adua, Bahir Dar, Jima, Harer, and Dire Dawa (Figure 1).
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The Somali National Army moved quickly toward Harer, Jijiga, and Dire Dawa, the principal cities of the region.
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