nurr

nurr

(nɜː)
n
(Ball Games, other than specified) a ball that is made of wood and used in some games
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Director Ali Mehdi's 'Father's Grave' won the award of Best Short Film; while Muratza Marri won the Best Documentary award for 'Nurr Sur'.
In the category of Best Short Film, Father's Grave directed by Ali Mehdi won the award while Muratza Marri won the Best Documentary Award for Nurr Sur.
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The riders reach the shores of Lake Khosvgol Nurr The riders reach the shores of Lake Khosvgol Nurr HAVING planned an expedition to Mongolia, three friends were chomping at the bit to start their adventure.
Neema Eftekhari, Subeer Nurr and Karanpreet Rayit launched into a slam poetry act - a competition at which poets read or recite original work - during a gala dinner to celebrate the university's 50th birthday.