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Harar

(ˈhɑːrə) or

Harrer

n
(Placename) a city in E Ethiopia: former capital of the Muslim state of Adal. Pop: 96 000 (2005 est)
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Ha•rar

or Har•rar

(ˈhɑr ər)

n.
a city in E Ethiopia. 122,932.
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Caffe Venezia -- A taste of history as coffee from the ancient Ethiopian city of Harrar mixes with Indian Arabica to create a cup rich with the exotic perfume of the East.
On the Wednesday it will include Amarpal Harrar from iCookIndian, butcher Nick Griffin, from Griffin's of Stone, Ian Bradford, of Lymestone Brewery, and Richard Finney, chef lecturer at Stafford College, who teaches in the AA Rosette award winning Riverbank Restaurant.
The protesting people from Rawal Kukar, Peer Sabz, Ichchraan, Muhaal Raanjhan, Kotli Raanjhan, Dariya Bidar, Dholo Chehaan, Chak Harrar, Foujdaar Garh, Buhaadarpur, Baqarpur, Raan, Chakraala and others said they had repeatedly complained about the issue but to no avail.
Research on tutoring suggested that it helps students to become more organized, self-assured, and proficient at identifying relationships between ideas (Harrar & Ender, 1987; House & Wohlt, 1990).
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The protesting people belonging to the Head Marala villages of Rawal Kukar, Peer Sabz, Ichchraan, Muhaal Raanjhan, Kotli Raanjhan, Dariya Bidar, Dholo Chehaan, Chak Harrar, Foujdaar Garh, Buhaadarpur, Baqarpur, Raan, Chakraala and other said that they had repeatedly brought the dangerous condition of the bridges to the authorities but no one felt the need of the repairing or reconstructing these bridges .
This January, Nespresso is taking coffee lovers on a journey of discovery to its origins with new Limited Edition coffees, Arabica Ethiopia Harrar and Robusta Uganda.
On December 10, 1971, he spotted the Indians digging in all along a minefield laid out by Pakistan Army near village Harrar Khurd.