daut


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daut

(dɔːt) or

dawt

vb (tr)
Scot to stroke, pet, or cuddle
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Daut said the physique of each child would also tell them the specific sports that could fit the athlete where maximum excellence could be achieved.
Pensions, employments, apartments and free education and health care for the families of the killed NLA members, the disabled and the civilians that were harmed in 2001 are some of the demands of the draft law for resolving the status of the participants in the conflict, which MPs Abedin Zumberi and Daut Rexhepi Leka provided to the parliament Thursday.
Sheldon Yett hosted a reception at the National Gallery Daut Pasha Hamam in Skopje on 27 October.
"We've come to the realization that improving people's health is really the best long-term way to save health care dollars," said Myrnie Daut, the city's risk services division manager.
Henry Daut and a core group of sports scientists, coaches, medical practitioners, trainers and coordinators.
Reminding of his previous articles about the young Albanian football players who play for the Macedonian representation, Daut Dauti comments for Dnevnik that something can be done with the sport players who are from Macedonia although it is not horrible to bring a naturalized foreigner either.
On the other hand, Daut Dauti says that the increased interest of the international community is because of the ten year anniversary of the Ohrid Agreement, the Euro-integration process and the unsettled name row.
Myrnie Daut figured it out pretty quickly, the year her husband, Peter DeFazio, went to Congress.
Although now it seems that Albanians left the name issue entirely to their Macedonian fellow-citizens, the role of the Albanian factor in preventing the renaming into Slavic Macedonia most probably was the main obstacle, analyzes Daut Dauti for Dnevnik.
- Independent MP Daut Rexhepi-Leka not only supported DR's protests but urged citizens to massively participate in them.