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albata

(ælˈbeɪtə)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a variety of German silver consisting of nickel, copper, and zinc
[C19: from Latin, literally: clothed in white, from albus white]
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Pedigree: B Gelding 2014, by Iqbaal - Albata by Home At Last.
Ms Sobia Shahid, the PML-N candidate contesting from NA-7 has declared a house at Albata Canada, a plot at Reegi Model Town Peshawar, a house at Dalazak road Peshawar, an under-construction house at Islamabad, investment in Albata Canada, Rs 10.05 million received from abroad, 22 kanal farms and 100 tola gold ornaments.
Ms Shahid has made investment in Albata Canada, received Rs10.05 million from abroad and owns 22-kanal farms and 100 tola gold ornaments.
albata. This form when first described was noted as having white dorsal sepal and petals with purple spotting at the base; with the lateral sepals yellow with a white margin.
Local surveys of insects on this area, now known as Terre Noire Natural Area and presently encompassing 200 ha, have produced extralimital records of otherwise western prairie insects, including a white, long-horned bee (Tetraloniella albata) and the giant prairie robberfly (Microstylum morosum; Warriner, 2004; Tumlison and Benjamin, 2011).
"I loaded up on paint, bought out their supply of exquisite Albata sable brushes, and spent the balance on the best of rag papers."
Chrysiptera albata, a new species of damselfish (Pomacentridae) from the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific Ocean.
Druce, 1872) 205 Calycopis bactra 2 (Hewitson, 1877) 206 Calycopis xeneta 2 c (Hewitson, 1877) 207 Calycopis trebula 1 2 b c (Hewitson, 1868) 208 Calycopis pisis 1 2 b c (Godman & Salvin, 1887) 209 Strymon melinus 1 2 b c (Hubner, [1813]) 210 Strymon rufofusca 1 2 b c (Hewitson, 1877) 211 Strymon albata 2 b c (C.