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Imarah

In the United Arab Emirates, a political subdivision equivalent to an emirate or province.
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Sakr also prosecuted today against four Lebanese and three Syrians over the crime of belonging to the terrorist armed organization "Daeh" in order to perform terrorist acts and to plan to found an Islamic Imara in the north.
Zarara Oil has Bloc L4, Lamu Oil and Gas, a subsidiary of EDGO, has control over Block L14, while Block L2 is under Imara Energy.
The wolfbloods who play a pivotal role in her adventures include corporate boss Imara (Michelle Gayle), her son TJ (Louis Payne), Matei (Jack Brett Anderson), his sister Emilia (Sydney Wade), and martial arts enthusiast Selina (Rukku Nahar).
After Eveready, Blomgren founded and was Chief Scientist of Imara Corp.
While Aamir posed for shutterbugs with wife Kiran Rao and son Azad, his nephew Imran, too, wished fans with wife Avantika and daughter Imara at their residence in Mumbai.
Realty Africa has closed service contracts with Deloitte and fiduciary servicer fund Imara to ensure maximum safety in the crowdfunding process and to overcome negative connotations associated with investing in Africa.
The RVR has also strategy to carry out extension of the Nairobi railway line to the Airport from Imara Daima, according to him.
He just hopes that his baby girl, Imara, grows up to love cars as much as he does.
Imara Greens is an organic superfood powder and is my new bestie when blending up my culinary creations.
A psicanalista Mirian Chnaiderman, entrevistada no programa, elucida a inexistencia de uma moda que acompanhe as mudancas corporais decorrentes da maturidade; a jornalista Hildegard Angel e a atriz Imara Reis apontam a falta de interesse (e de visao) do mercado da moda, que tem a magreza como uma norma, mesmo que os produtos com tamanhos maiores sejam bastante procurados.
Managing director, George Guvamatanga, told an Imara investors' conference held in Harare last week that business recovery was key to the sustainable growth of the economy.
Anthony Lopes Pinto, head of Imara Securities Angola, said: "It is now easy to find local produce in the shops.