Aroura

Aroura

An ancient Greek unit of area approximately equivalent to 237.5 square meters.
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The archaic kayak-like Aroura that Hale began on and the buckets that others used as sit-skis in the '80s are now state-of-the-art bi- and mono-skis that can be adjusted on site at the clinic to accommodate the specific needs of participants.
7- Muhammad Muneer Saleh (22 years old) Aroura, Ramallah,16/11/2015
Neuzutch possesses a complete 1R chromosome, whereas Kavkaz and Aroura have an interchange chromosome having 1B segment and a rye chromosome 1R segment.
Israeli forces arrested Monday morning the mother of senior Hamas official Saleh al-Arouri after raiding her home in Aroura village near Ramallah.
Working on the assumption that one aroura of land = 100 h>t of land [ibid.
Erik Acevedo is entrusted with the job at Aroura, where he replaces graduated All-Southern Section goalkeeper Justin Rosa, who was the heart of the team the past two years.
The arrested persons included Aysha Saleh Yousef Dar Suleiman, 70, from Aroura village, north of Ramallah, who was arrested at approximately 01:30 on Sunday, 22 May 2011, and driven to al-Maskoubeya interrogation center in Jerusalem.
In the village of Aroura, and searched a number of other homes before arresting four men, two from the same family.
A PPS lawyer also reported on Fares Awad from Aroura Village who was beaten in such a way as to cause problems with the main artery of his heart.