v. t.1.To inhabit.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Chairing a meeting of Polio Technical Advisory group(TAG) here at his office, the commissioner said that no polio case has been detected in Rawalpindi division but efforts are needed to make foolproof anti-polio targets as environmental water samples collected from Nullah Leh in January had tested positive for polio virus ,polio vaccination must be carried out in areas inhabitate by Afghan refugees.
The project on completion will produce 600MW of cheap hydel power and provide irrigation supplies to 29,380 acres of virgin land on the banks of Swat River besides effective means of protection to cultivate and inhabitate lands on either sides of river and further downstream along the banks of Kabul River near Nowshera.