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Mur

 (mo͝or) also Mu·ra (mo͝or′ə)
A river, about 470 km (290 mi) long, of south-central Austria, northeast Slovenia, and northern Croatia, where it flows into the Drava River.

mura

(ˈmʊərə)
n
(Historical Terms) a Japanese village, esp (during the Edo period) one which is self-governing and taxed as a unit
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The Kamchatka centre will use best international practices for rare bird breeds reproduction, including methods of the Russian-Kyrgyz Muras Hunting Birds Rehabilitation and Reproduction Centre.
Tourist company Kyrgyz Muras participated in the annual international touristic fairs the Fair for Special Journeys Amsterdam 2018 and the Breda Fair for Special Journeys 2018 in Amsterdam and Breda cities from January 6-7 and January 20-21.
Tenders are invited for adaptation of the plot of environmental interpretation center of the city of muras, whose technical protection defines the works to carry out the recovery of this space for the use and enjoyment of the neighbors and provide the city council with a biosaudable park
BOWLS: Northumberland have named their team for Saturday's Muras Cup clash against Lancashire at Alnwick.
POPSTAR MANIA: Hear'Say fans (from left) Charlotte Blacklaw (16), Lauren Beglan (15), Kaylee Muras (12), and Debbie Spence (12) wait for their heroes outside the Virgin Megastore today
Tenders are invited for supply of movable property and equipment for the municipality of muras
There was double delight for Northumberland as they secured both the Muras Cup and Alsop Cup.
County class ( that is the only way to describe Northumberland's Muras Cup bowlers after they demolished Durham to clinch the trophy for the second time in as many summers (writes Bob Moreland).
Victories in the Muras and Alsop Cups, plus the Armstrong Trophy, have set up Saturday's Middleton Cup showdown with Cumbria at Gosforth (2.00).
Northumberland are back in action with a triple mission on Saturday, taking on Yorkshire at St George's in Morpeth in the Muras Cup, Yorkshire again in the Alsop Cup at Alnwick, and Durham in an Armstrong Trophy tie at Collingwood.
Harvey, who led his team-mates to a sparkling 18-4 Muras Cup triumph at Spennymoor, had something else to celebrate when he learned North had marched to victory by a similar score in the Alsop Cup competition at Stockton.
It's derby day for Northumberland and Durham bowlers on May 29 when the counties clash in Muras and Alsop Cups matches.