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 a stud, 1887; a breed or herd of horses.
Examples: haras of horses [stud], 1486; of wicked colts, 1300; of wild horses; of breeding mares, 1594.
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The Federal Government has become confused after the call of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to launch a protest movement against the government after Eid-ul-Fitr due to which they are are trying to harras the PPP workers but the followers of Shaheed ZA Bhutto and Shaheed Mohtarma Bhutto have never learnt to bow before the anti-people policies.
After luring their victim to an ambush, Harras and Anib Khan murdered him, blasting him pointblank in the face.
Harras Khan retrieved a sawn-off shotgun from a Berlingo van parked in the street and passed it to his brother.
Nakhal, Mar 5 (ONA) Villages of Wadi Bani Harras, which is 26 km away from the Wilayat of Nakhal, are famous for their picturesque green oases as several seasonal crops grow there.
Melville, NY, September 09, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Melville, NY-based commercial real estate law and business litigation law firm, Harras Bloom & Archer, LLP, announces Paul Bloom, a founding partner of Harras Bloom & Archer, LLP, a boutique real estate and business law firm serving New York City and Long Island will be honored in an upcoming ceremony to benefit the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County.
Suffolk PS110, PS100, PS98 The Harras, PS92 The Wreay.
The cash will now help set up a 'Zumba Lounge' event at Fusion Studios, Harras Bank, Birtley, for people with learning difficulties and their carers.
spread awareness about this economically vital domain," said Khaled Harras,
Harras Hodoud star Ahmed Eid has returned to the squad, despite being on a
Harras Bloom & Archer LLP, a law firm concentrating in real estate development and litigation, has negotiated and closed the largest Industrial Development Agency (IDA) financing transaction in Nassau County history.
Name the 2003 winners of the following French Group 1s: (a) Prix d'Isaphan; (b) Prix Lupin; (c) Prix du Harras; (d) Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud.
One resident, who did not wish to be named, said: ``People here are sick of being harras sed and intimidated by others and it comes to something if bin men fear for their safety.''