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nagor

(ˈneɪɡɔː)
n
(Animals) another name for reedbuck
[C18: from French, arbitrarily named by Buffon, from earlier nanguer]
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The team stopped Azmal Khan Bin Nagor Mera (48) who had arrived from Kuala Lumpur.
Baishakhi Melas, cultural functions, staging of dramas, doll-dances, Nagor Dola, kite flying competitions and discussions meeting will also be held.
It became the residence of Prince Chumbhot Paribatra of Nagor Svarga, a grandson of King Chulalong Korn (Rama V) and his wife, Princess Chumbhot Paribatra.
Gonzales, who has been involved in various robbery cases victimizing particularly computer shops, was tagged as Marikina's top six most wanted personality since his robbery incident in a computer shop owned by Erly Nagor in Marikina City on July 9, 2013.
"FC arrested 96 people from Nagor area of Gwadar district including 28 Afghan nationals and 68 locals who want to reach Europe through Iran and Turkey," he said, adding that the local persons belonged to different areas of the country who reached Gwadar to cross into Iran.
Plastic surgery market player GC Aesthetics, which owns UK-based brand Nagor and France-based brand Eurosilicone, said it would use the newly raised funds for further international expansion and the development and launch of new products.
The implants I used are from Nagor, a globally–recognised producer of very safe implants – and produced right here in Scotland in Cumbernauld."
GC Aesthetics will increase its staffing by as much as 40% at its two UK-based breast implant production facilities, at Cumbernauld and Ashby-de-la-Zouche, which currently make more than 75,000 a year under the British Nagor brand - a number expected to grow rapidly as it launches into new markets.
In 1987, he joined as Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, Rajasthan and served in Nagor, Ajmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Kota and made valuable contribution during the drought that hit the state in 1986-87.
In the determination of autocorrelation existence of the function aside from the tests like 'b Density Function', Tchil Nagor Table' and 'Von Neumann Rate', one of the most widespread tests was 'Durbin Watson (DW) D Statistic' (Gurler, 1996).
24,200 words appeared in anagram sets of size two through eleven, the most fecund set being AGNOR angor argon goran grano groan nagor orang organ rogan Orang Ronga (capitalized and uncapitalized words counted separately).
Commander of Sistan and Balouchestan's Border Guard Forces Gholam Nabi Kohkan said police forces at the border region of Nagor and Jakigor started massive operations to exercise tight control over the border regions after they received tips about traffickers' intention for smuggling a huge drug cargo into Iran.