Harmel


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Har´mel

    (här´mĕl)
n.1.(Bot.) A kind of rue (Ruta sylvestris) growing in India. At Lahore the seeds are used medicinally and for fumigation.
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There have been numerous studies into the theoretical background of the research of institutionalisation (see Panebianco, 1988; Levitsky, 1998; Harmel, Svasand, 1993; Randall, Svasand, 2002; Basedau, Stroh, 2008 orCasalBertoa, 2016).
(From left) Dave Zere, Matthew Ambrosio, Marie Zere, Maria Harmel, Fran Terwilliger, Anthony Bartone, Garret Gray, Jason Lipiec and Michael McCarthy took part in the groundbreaking ceremony for Cornerstone at Hauppauge Residential Community, which received a $20 million construction financing package from M&T Bank.
H.E Ali Said Bin Harmel Al Dhaheri, Watania Takaful Board Chairman,stressed the importance of thecompany's implementation of the new strategic initiative which has led to the development of the company's performance since its implementation in 2016.
A discussion of Kristin Harmel's novel, which explores one civilian's Resistance efforts in occupied Paris.
The most explicit statement to this effect was the socalled Harmel Doctrine.
Harmel. (106) In Burnet, the Court considered whether the taxpayer owed tax computed at the favorable capital gains rate or at the higher ordinary income rate.
People of Harmel are still dealing with the alphabets of the repair of fishing nets in a language that fluent residents of only Harmel understand.
"The business recorded a growth of 78 per cent, which was mainly driven by medical and technical (which comprises of fire/engineering & miscellaneous)," stated Ali Saeed Bin Harmel Al Daheri, Chairman of the board of National Takaful- Wataniah.
SolarWindow Technologies Inc., a Columbia firm developing windows that generate electricity, appointed its founder and longtime majority stockholder Harmel S.
Abu Dhabi-based Islamic insurance firm, National Takaful Company (Watania), has delivered what board chairman, HE Ali Saeed Bin Harmel Al Dhaheri, has called 'impressive' results.
The most used herbs were harmel (Rhazya stricta), fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum), and black seeds (Nigella sativa) [13].