Morian

Mo´ri`an


n.1.(Ethnol.) A Moor.
In vain the Turks and Morians armed be.
- Fairfax.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Senator Kalsoom Perveen raised the issue of forced land acquisition in Taman and Morian areas.
Officials from the CDA told Dawn that the first demarcation was carried out on Sept 12 to ascertain the boundary line between the acquired Kuri revenue estate and the Morian revenue estate, which identified encroachment by Bahria Enclave on land acquired by the CDA in Kuri.
Another qualitative study with women methamphetamine abusers found that stigmatization of its use, risk behaviors and barriers to social services compounded a domino effect that led to further complications for the abusers (Bairan, Boeri, & Morian, 2014).
Muhammad Riaz reported to the police that his 16-year-old daughter, a student of class eight at local school, was abducted by Muhammad Noman along with his father Muhammad Afzal, a resident of Dhoke Morian. Meanwhile, the Hassanabdal Police recovered huge quantity of kites and chemical strings and arrested four persons.
Reed Morian of DX Service Company Inc., whom Abbott appointed to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission in 2015.
This housing scheme will be developed on 8200 kanal land in village Tumma and village Morian park road.
In the late 1960s and 1970s, several researchers discovered proboscidean limb bones from the Old Crow River area, Yukon, that were interpreted to have been modified by humans using percussion technology to produce notches and bone flakes (Harington et al., 1975; Irving, 1978; Bonnichsen, 1979; Morian, 1980; Morlan and Cinq-Mars, 1982; Irving et al., 1986; Cinq-Mars and Morian, 1999).