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marra

(ˈmærə)
n
a Northern English dialect form of mate13a
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28-years-old Jawed hails from Village Marrar of Bihar's Khagaria district and is survived by his wife.
This panel involved three rising stars in the space sector, Alia Al Mansoori, Abdulla Al Marrar, and Mohamed Al Amri, who highlighted the importance of youth taking part in space, and how increasing numbers of young people are becoming interested in the space sector.
The top sub-regions were: Burj Khalifa (11.8 per cent), Port Saeed (6 per cent), Al Marrar (5.6 per cent), Al Fahidi (4.3 per cent), Naif (4.0 per cent), Dubai World Trade Centre 1 (3.7 per cent), Al Garhoud (3.6 per cent), Hor Al Anz East (2.6 per cent), Al Karama (2.4 per cent), Al Barsha (2.3 per cent) and Al Khubaisi (2.0 per cent).
("Wassamarrar Dad?" Cue frosty riposte with rolled eyes: "A 'marrar' is a vegetable.") That kind of upbringing leaves its mark.
Awaidah Murshed Al Marrar, chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports, said: "This move is not only significant for these young national elites, but also for us at Abu Dhabi Airports, as we know we can only deliver a sustainable aviation industry by empowering and training the youth of this nation to become their future leaders.
Ejemplos del segundo fenomeno son: 'se fendio' por 'se defendio', 'ramientas' por 'herramientas', 'marrar' por 'amarrar', 'humado' por 'ahumado', 'costado' por 'acostado' ('a veces yo estoy costado en la hamaca ahi'), 'filado' por 'afilado' ('con buen filado cuchillito'), 'solea' por 'asolea' ('ellos lo solea asi puno [de cacao]').
The classic work on the lobby is Mearsheimer (2007); see also Marrar (2008).
The report, published on Monday, said that HHGeneral Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who is alsoDeputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, made his remarks during a visittoSuhail Shahin Al Marrar at his residence at Khalifa City in Abu Dhabi.
E o paradoxo vive de uma ironia fina: sem perder a fleuma, uma especie de pele que nao despia, os palavroes escaparam-se-lhe da boca, qual unico consolo, como para os antigos escravos de comedia quando assolados pelas desgracas desta vida (149): "Fazem estas merdas demasiado estreitas e depois admiram-se de que um tipo ande sempre a marrar...".
Marrar al-'Ijli, against Rayy, the 'Abbasids mercilessly suppressed the revolt with the aid of a faction of Rayy's inhabitants, led by an ambitious butcher of Rayy named 'Umar b.
"This is going to be yet another brick in this very large wall of suspicion that we have about Pakistan," said Khalil Marrar, a political science professor at DePaul University who has been following the case.
No creemos, en efecto, marrar demasiado el disparo si advertimos que una de las contribuciones mas interesantes y verdaderamente imprescindibles del ultimo libro de Gustavo Bueno (El fundamentalismo democratico.