parture

parture

(ˈpɑːtjʊə)
n
1. departure
2. offspring; progeny
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They want the de- parture of the clan of Bouteflika, the re- moval of the supporters of Bouteflika, of the old guard and the departure of [army chief of staff] Ahmed Gaid Salah, as well," says Dalia Ghanem, a resident scholar at the Carnegie Middle East Centre who focuses on Algeria.
tion on 4 September, fills the position left vacant by the de- parture of Christian Khoury at the end of last year.
Kahler Slater worked closely with the community to understand concerns about the de parture to a greenfield site and the challenging project budget.
The SE-L model on which the Sport Nav is based is already well equipped but the test car also included features such as lane departure warning, high beam control, parture warning, high beam control, rear vehicle monitoring and adaptive front lighting.
The shock departure comes months UK boss Richard Brasher quit after ht, also m Mason, business Tesco for got the parture after ard er 26 years with the firm following a string of poor results, with Clarke taking over his duties.
Everton youngster Ross Barkley takes on the Dundee United de while Leon Osman has taken on more responsibility since the ddeep efence in pre-season (left) before going out on loan, parture of midfielder Tim Cahill (right) in the summer efence in pre-season (left) before going out on loan, parture of midfielder Tim Cahill (right) in the summer Leon Osman celebrates Everton's opening day win and is confident Ross Barkley will thrive on loan in the lower leagues
The young woman survived after attack of the wolf on the Kashka-Suu parture in Ak-Tala rayon, Naryn oblast, reported Barakelde.A 29-year-old woman was in the yard of her house, when she saw a big animal.
Following his de parture released its way s 4 THE SPECIALS A partial reunion brought Coventry Ska legends The Specials back into the limelight last year.
All areas assume the pilot will cross the de parture end of the runway (DER) at least 35 feet above the DER and will climb at least 200 feet per nautical mile.
The Leeds-based firm have pandered to a misinfor med, minor public whim and priced up the Liverpool skipper at 6-1 for a de parture.
Do you expect any change of direction after the de- parture of Jacob Zuma?