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arba

(ˈɑːbə)
n
another name for araba
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Daugeliu atveji tikroji polio pagrindo laikomoji galia gali buti nustatyta atlikus statinius arba dinaminius bandymus.
Paprastai prie kazkokio pavadinimo pridedant zodi eksperimentinis arba eksperimentas suvokiama aiski referencija i moksliskuma ir (mokslinius) bandymus, kurie nebutinai bus pavyke.
The ARBA Legal Office, consisting of four attorneys and one paralegal, assists the Agency and its very capable, experienced staff and board members in the adjudication of cases.
Four Killed as Terrorists Open Fire Near Kiryat Arba [JPost] Four Israelis Killed in Shooting Attack Near Hebron [Haaretz] Before Talks, An Attack [Ben Smith]
Bankas, gaves is kliento pinigus, priklausomai nuo jo atliekamos operacijos, arba jais is karto atlieka kliento pageidauta operacija, arba tas lesas perduota kitai saliai ir uz tai gauna papildomu pajamu.
The attack on Kiryat Arba, near the West Bank town of Hebron, came after Israeli soldiers surrounded Palestinian houses, set up military posts in abandoned buildings and dug trenches in a northern chunk of Gaza during the most significant reoccupation in 29 months of fighting.
The spirit of Aplink fontan, arba Ma6asis Pary6ius, which Markas Zingeris, a poet, essayist, and prose writer, calls not so much a novel as a "metaphor" for a particular state of mind, is succinctly expressed in its dedication, taken from Baudelaire: "Je t'aime, o capitale infame!" The city in question is Kaunas, the temporary capital of Lithuania between the two world wars, and Zingeris is spinning his tale from life in one of that city's slums, centered incongruously on a fountain that sometimes sends its sparkling diamonds up the shabby square to the midday sun.
(Mountain View, CA), a company that operates a legal information site of the same name (findlaw.com), has secured $10 million in venture capital funding from a group of investors that includes @Ventures, a division of CMGI, Amicus Investments, Angel Investors, Arba Seed Investment and Glasser LegalWorks.
The origins of Hebron's old testament name - Qiryat Arba - (or the village of the four) has been the topic of heated disagreements among students and teachers of history.
Settlers in Kiryat Arba, Baruch Goldstein's neighborhood, have long been known to take "security matters" into their own hands, publishing guerilla-warfare manuals and organizing late-night raids against their Arab neighbors.
My companion, a settler from Kiriat Arba, was proud of the building erected by Herod's slave workers some 2,000 years ago as a house of prayer, supposedly over the tomb of Abraham and his family.
Levander with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service in Beltsville, Md., and microbiologist Arba L.