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moria

(ˈmɔːrɪə)
n
1. folly or excessive frivolity
2. (Medicine) a mental impairment affecting intellectual functions
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Aya, 21, from Syria, holds her 7-month-old baby at a makeshift camp in the olive grove next to the Moria main Image Credit: The Washington Post By Griff Witte
Refugees and migrants protest outside the Moria detention centre in Mytilene demanding to be released from the Greek island of Lesbos.
Directed by Moria Armstrong, "A Christmas Carol" stars Micheal Hordern, John Le Mesurier, and Bernard Lee.
Viewers will of course remember that Emma made the shock confession that she had killed James Barton to Moira Dingle - with Moria later going into labour.
From left, Doug McEwen, Jason Stone, Steve Moria and Nicky Chinn on the ice in July 1991
The approved development schemes included-widening of Aik Moria Pull, Lahore (Revised) at the cost of Rs.
A fire swept through part of Moria camp, a disused hilltop military base, after a protest in September, forcing thousands to flee.
Between 3,000 and 4,000 migrants fled the camp of Moria,' to the surrounding fields, with strong winds fanning the flames also hampering firefighters, a police source said.
Dr Loka added that the Archeologist team was comprising of Italian and Pakistani experts and they found signs of Hindu temple and graveyard as well as sign of Moria empire.
Establece una intitulacion de epoca, Moria frente a las opciones posteriores de Elogios de locura, necedad o estulticia.
He inspected the condition of bunds including Aqil-Agani Bund, Hakra Bund, Moria Bund and Abad Mangli Bund.
Meanwhile, former Dundee Stars player/coach Tony Hand and ex-Fife Flyers star Steve Moria have been inducted into the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame.