Gur


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Gur

An ancient Sumerian unit of volume approximately equivalent to 300 liters.
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Kochian and Dalazk, primarily because of the marketing of vegetable and gur in case of which plural marketing relations exist.
According to a farmer, "He sold 80 kg of gur at Rs 6,000 of which his cost of production (to make gur) was just Rs 400, which means he earned about Rs 2,200 more than what he would have received from the mill.
Must know: Notun gur is only available in the winter, also the best time to visit
It is an honour for me to be here today to celebrate the Gur Sikh Temple's 100th anniversary," said the Prime Minister.
You could use gur (date palm gur or nolen gur is ideal) instead of sugar for a healthier, more flavourful option.
Ticona (Florence, KY) has announced the development of GUR X 192 Macropowder, a new porous plastic powder.
Referring to benefits accrued to their customers, Gur said, "the buyer of the document processing platform should not only evaluate vendor's capability to quickly set up the processes but also check whether it is possible to enable 'continuous process improvement'.
Gur is professor in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering at Middle East Technical University, Turkey.
The company further notes that GUR UHMW-PE has been used in surgical orthopedic implants since the 1960s; it meets the standards of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Class VI, and complies with U.
Gardai are satisfied the blast at a cottage in Lough Gur, Co Limerick, was not suspicious and are treating the man's death as a "complete tragedy".
Gur said at an international congress sponsored by the World Federation of Societies of Biological Psychiatry.
With: Oded Gur Arie, Meir Amit, Avrum Shalom, "Avigdor," Jacob Nachmias, Arie Sivan, Nadja Kiesow, Dr.