garre


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garre

(ɡɑːr)
vb
1. (tr) dialect Scot to compel; cause
2. (intr) obsolete to growl
3. (intr) obsolete to chatter or chirp
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Only groans, and people scuffing, and rolling round on the garre, floor, half the night, from twelve to morning
The disputed area is inhabited by members Murule clan neighbouring the Garre community residing in the Mandera South and North sub counties.
has been building its current presence over the last decades," said Riccardo Garre, executive chairman of Bormioli Rocco.
ISSUES over Manchester City's signing of teenager Benjamin Garre will be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport today.
MANCHESTER CITY'S signing of Benjamin Garre will be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport today.
Garre, former Solicitor General of the United States; Mareia Greenberger of the National Women's Law Center; Kirtee Kapoor of Davis Polk & Wardwell; Dean M.
Jose Manuel Hernandez Garre [1], Paloma Echevarria Perez [1], Maria Jose Gomariz Sandoval [2]
The notion of creating citizens of soldiers--ciudadanizacion--was initially applied under Defense Minister Nilda Garre (2006-2010), who presided over the implementation of the national defense law.
Vidal Sanahuja R, Gean Molins E, Sanchez Garre C, Quilis Esquerra J, Garcia Fructuoso G, Costa Clara JM.
Garre ML, Cama A, Bagnasco F, Morana G, Giangaspero F, brisigotti M, et al.
Gohier B, Goeb JL, Rannou-Dubas K, Fouchard I, Cales P, Garre JB.
Bouaphakeo--making it one of the most important terms for businesses--and the class action bar--in years," Gregory Garre, a former solicitor general who now chairs Latham & Watkins' Supreme Court and Appellate practice group, told InsideCounsel.