maron

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maron

(mɑːˈrəʊn)
n
(Animals) Austral a camaron
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Summary: Parliament's Environment Committee Tuesday condemned "environmental crimes" committed by Israel on the periphery of the southern Shebaa Farms and Maroun al-Ras in the past week
Mohammadi said the companies, namely the Maroun Mechanic and Persian Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company, have committed as part of deals signed last year to pipe the gases to nearby plants and refineries.
He said old flare stacks near Ahvaz, a major provincial capital Southwest of Iran, as well as in Aqajari, Gachsaran and Maroun, will be dismantled at the end of the projects.
Maroun Day, the patron Saint of the Maronite community.
Moving between adulthood and youth, Jaber's narrator, Maroun, recalls his childhood the best he can, remembering some memories clearly and others vaguely.
Alan Shihadeh as Dean of the Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture (SFEA).
Maroun, general manager of Sunshine International Foods, based in Methuen, Mass.
The man wraps the child in a blanket, takes him home, and raises him as his own, naming him Maroun after the son he has lost.
The recollections here don't bring the narrator any closer to God, but Jaber's narrator -- who's alternately Maroun and Rabee -- does experience a complete, soul-wracking shift.
Launched by Nabih Maroun in 1957, and still under his umbrella to date, La Gondole was located on Mar Elias Street initially before moving to its current location on Corniche El Mazraa in 1962.
At a meeting with Latin Patriarch of the Holy Land and Jordan Fouad Twal, Latin Bishop of Jordan Maroun Laham and Bishop Salim Sayegh, Ensour said Jordan welcomes the papal visit, which reiterates the prestigious position of the Kingdom as a hub that stands for coexistence.
The 'Chef's Dome' hosted a range of international TV chefs, including UK Masterchef judge John Torode, Chef Silvena Rowe, star of BBC food show Country Show Cook-Off, Lebanon's Maroun Chedid, India's Sanjeev Kapoor, and Manal Al Alem, the 'Queen of the Arabic kitchen', as well as UAE-based stars such as Tarek Ibrahim, Hakkasan Dubai chef de cuisine Andy Toh Cyhe Siong and Radisson Blu, Dubai Deira Creek Hotel's Uwe Micheel.