Related to perh: Perth Mint, ITKH


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Summary: Perh [Australia], Dec 14 (ANI): India lost the toss and was asked to bowl first in their second Test of the four-match series here at the Perth Stadium on Friday.
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Four people of same family including Majid Ali, 10, Perh, 8, Naimat Khatoon were burnt to death, while 15 others including Sumaila, Farhan Ali Matilo, Hooran, Israr, Zareena, Sapna, Shabana, Muhammad Essa, Tehamina, Azizan, Komal, Tahira, Abdul Samad, and others were injured.
Perh aps many of us, including think-tanks influenced by the West, which by and large view the Chinese presence in Africa with undisguised suspicion, have been approaching the issue from the wrong perspective.
This result was followed by teak specimens with an incising density of 1,250 holes per [m.sup.2] and the unincised teak specimens, which were 0.95 percent per h ([+ or -] 0.1 %/h) and 0.41 percent perh ([+ or -] 0.1 %/h), respectively.
ML rollus, rolla, AL roella, ruella; some forms perh. influenced by ME rouel n.] 'a scroll; a scroll with its contained text; a roll of prayers [quot.: 1454]) 1325 MED); 'a maker or seller of rolls of parchment' Reaney; roll, sb (rolle, rol, rowle, rowl, roule (roull), roui, role, roole (roale), row, roll) [OF roolle, roulle, rolle, role] 'a piece of parchment, paper, or the like, which is written upon or intended to contain writing, etc., and is rolled up for convenience of handling or carrying; a scroll' 1225 NED); 'probably a maker or seller of rolls of parchment' Reaney; roll sb.
(30) eall hit bid swa du bidest (from bidest perh. shows confusion with pres.
[a nautical word perh. from 'relief' and 'abatement, cessation', which is also nautical] DOST a-luf aluiff, adv., 'nearer to the wind'.