Singan

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Noun1.Singan - a city of central ChinaSingan - a city of central China; capital of ancient Chinese empire 221-206 BC
Cathay, China, Communist China, mainland China, People's Republic of China, PRC, Red China - a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
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Housam Singar, from the restaurant Beirut al-Aatiq, said he noticed a slight increase in visitors since the reopening.
Moreover, the Iraqi army has regained control over the city of Takrit, enabling 90 percent of its inhabitants to return to their homes there, said Kerry, adding that the army also regained control over Singar and Al-Ramady regions.
The second unfortunate incident, took place in the area of Sherani Singar area where unidentified area opened fired on the passenger bus on the way from Rawalpindi to Quetta.
Tonchir, the wise man responsible for the main machine that provides energy to this world, retains some of his humanity, whereas his assistants, Singar and Bacal, like most of the population, have become almost completely machine-like.
Bayan Alyas, 27 years old women from one of the villages of Singar, told the Kurdish Globe her sad and tragic story.
Mustafa Singar, North Sinai correspondent with Shorouk News, stated that, "we stand today to express our support for freedom of speech, along with the freedom of our colleague Abu Der.
Her views and behavior are bold and aggressive like those of the legendary mulatto woman, and her use of the verb singar astutely places her in the Caribbean.
In September 2007, when American forces raided an Iraqi insurgent camp in the desert town of Singar near the Syrian border, they discovered biographies of more than 700 foreign fighters.
Considering the market structure of railroads, it seems reasonable to assume that a dominant firm model, with a few firms producing a homogeneous product, represents the pricing strategies of participants as seen in Singar.
The first section follows a CLRC recommendation that was adopted in Singar pore and in Northern Ireland.