duroy

duroy

(ˈdʊərəʊɪ)
n
(Textiles) textiles a type of rough cloth made of wool and similar to tammy
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Hontiveros surmised that the resolution will be referred to the Senate committee on public order and dangerous drugs, which will be led by Senator Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosa, whom she calls as 'Senator Duroy,' in the 18th Congress.
The Hotels Cell, which comprises 20 members some of whom are still at large was responsible for the 2014 explosion in Raouche's Duroy Hotel and was allegedly set to carry out suicide attacks in several other Beirut hotels as well.
Online medium helps to build brands and develop strong customer relationship (Duroy, 2014; Hudson, 2016).
The IS militant has been in custody for links to a terror attack in 2014, when a suicide bomber attacked Duroy Hotel, resulting in his death, besides injuring a number of military personnel.
Couple this with the internal insecurity that has plagued Lebanon for the past five years -- manifesting in countless examples including the assassination of former Minister Mohamad Chatah in 2013, the Duroy Hotel suicide bombing in 2014, the 2015 suicide bombings in Dahieh and most recently the wave of suicide bombers in the Bekaa town of Al Qaa in May 2016 -- all of which have taken a huge toll on Lebanon's tourism market.
For example, even though we could not find empirical evidence of the relationship between e-commerce and compulsive buying, there are some reports in which it is suggested that e-commerce has increased the levels of compulsive buying, and researchers have also identified characteristics of e-commerce, such as easy accessibility, unending inventory, and attractive online displays, that increase compulsive buying (Duroy, Gorse, & Lejoyeux, 2014; Kukar-Kinney, Ridgway, & Monroe, 2009).
It is this logic that suggests that the dissemination of (scientific) information is a necessary precondition to individuals' rational decision to engage in a particular pro-environmental behaviour (Barr et al., 2001; Cheung et al., 1999; Duroy, 2011; Stern, 1999).
So Brown and geneticist Duroy (Roy) Navarre, who is also at the ARS Prosser laboratory, worked with lead author Boon Chew and colleagues at Washington State University on a human nutrition study.
NNA - Mounzer Al-Hassan --accused of providing explosive belts to the two Saudi's who exploded themselves in Duroy Hotel in Beirut a few weeks ago-- was killed on Sunday at 01:00 a.m in a confrontation in Tripoli between him and a force from ISF Information Department, national news Agency correspondent in Tripoli Abdel karim Fayyad said.