parial

Related to parial: pariah, Paris, partial, Partials

parial

(peɪˈrɪəl)
adj
belonging to a pair
n
(Card Games) (in cards) a pair royal
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In college, he encountered another influential mentor, Mario Parial, who introduced him to the nuances of German Expressionism, sparking his attraction to the works of Max Beckman, Emil Nolde, and Sandro Chia.
Aside from Norma Belleza, who also belongs to the second generation of modernists, among his contemporaries are Antonio Austria and Mario Parial.
The elected chairmen of different union councilsincluding Parial Buledi, Ali Mohammad Soomro, M Khan Halipoto, Hamzo Jat, Ghulam Rasul Jat, Asghar Khaskheli, Raza Ahmed Khoso and others while protesting and holding press conference told that they were utilizing funds/budget of their concerned union councils on the development schemes but at recent, after assuming charge of Assistant Director, Local Govt, district Badin, has halted UCs funds from last month of February without conducting any inquiry or complain.
However, with 16 seconds left, Vergeire stole the ball from San Benildo's Lance Parial. Vergeire, who transferred from Ateneo to UP Integrated School several years ago, stopped on a dime and instead of going for a tie, went for broke.
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[1.] Bohra N, Sharma I, Srivastava S, Bhatia MS, Chaudhuri U, Parial S, et al.
UMass Boston students Amanda Ung, Shiho Shinke, Roxana Cheng, Soramy Le, and Vanessa Parial preparing incense during a spring 2004 Asian American Studies field trip to the historic Chinese burial grounds at Mount Hope Cemetery in Boston.
*** Mid-fibular fracture above the lateral malleolus with rupture of distal tibiofibular ligaments and parial dislocation
On a tip-off, police raided the Santa Singh Mohalla and Parial Shah areas of Nawabshah and arrested the suspects.
Jejunal lipoma with intermittent intussusception revealed by parial obstructive syndrome.