Parel


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Parel

 an army; body of troops; clothing; apparel.
Examples: parel of a pilgrim (i.e., clothing), 1393; commonalty and parel of the Realm, 1511; parel of troops.
Dictionary of Collective Nouns and Group Terms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 14 (ANI): A businessman died after an iron rod fell on him in an under construction building in Parel area here on Thursday.
DES MOINES, Iowa Kevin Sutherland birdied the second hole of a playoff with Scott Parel at Wakonda Club to win the Principal Charity Classic in the third-largest comeback in PGA Tour Champions history.
After visiting the funeral of the late SSS Commissioner, Malacanang said Duterte then proceeded to the next chapel to visit the wake of Qatar Labor Attache Henry Parel.
Parel said earning a high-school diploma and a college degree are key factors in preventing Filipinos from entering poverty or experiencing intergenerational poverty in both rural and urban areas.
Summary: The fire erupted on the 12th floor of 17-storeyed Crystal Tower building located in Parel
Ganesh Hatankar, who was at the Parel station, told Mirror "It was raining heavily at the time and so a lot of people were waiting on the staircase sheltering themselves from the rain.
when the over-bridge linking Elphinstone Road and Parel suburban railway stations was heavily crowded as rains lashed the city.
7 -- Netscribes, Inc., a global market intelligence and content marketing firm, today announced the relocation of its headquarters from Podar Center at Parel East to Lodha Supremus in Lower Parel, Mumbai.
Located in the Lower Parel region of Mumbai, the new premises form a key element in the company's investment strategy for the Indian market, which remains a key target for the business, the company said.
India-based insurance joint venture, Future Generali, is believed to be in talks to purchase a building in Parel in Mumbai.
Anthony Parel's book is one of those rare works that casts a new light on Machiavelli by exploring two hitherto neglected themes: heaven/s (il cielo, i cieli) - in the sense of Renaissance natural science and astronomy - and humor/s (umore, umori) - the fundamental components of human body according to Renaissance medicine derived from Galen and Hippocrates.