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Abend

Informal; to end a project or process prematurely. This term is used especially in computer-related projects. It is a portmanteau of "abnormal end."
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While in Cairo, the UAE Embassy hosted the reception attended by a number of Egyptian ministers, officials and Arab and foreign ambassadors accredited to Egypt and other dignitaries.
19-21: Green Middle East, Expo Centre Sharjah, UAE.
UAE news agency WAM reported that Modi went on to say that during his visit he will be seeking to enhance cooperation between the two countries in energy and trade, and will talk to investors on why India is an attractive destination in which to invest.
The Italian ambassador hailed the UAE for hosting 200 nationalities, citing tolerance, safety and security as the main factors for co-existence in the country.
In the UAE, the most common benefits offered by companies are personal medical insurance (47 per cent) and personal annual air ticket (42 per cent).
UAE Exchange is also planning to expand its footprints and enhance its presence in UAE.
NBAD is also recognised as the best bank in the UAE in 2010 from Euromoney for second year in row and fourth time in the last decade.
The register requires the vessel owning entity to be either a UAE national(s) or a UAE corporate entity, with the majority of shares being held by UAE nationals.
The UAE president confirmed "the great appreciation of the state of the UAE of the state of Lebanon and its people and its unwavering keenness on supporting it and contributing to everything in its interest.
Moreover, the paper reported that, before being fired, the Lebanese people were asked by the UAE police to inform authorities about "the state of the Shiite community and the level of Hizbullah's involvement in the UAE Shiite community.
A major regional financial center and hub for commercial shipping and trade, the UAE is a transshipment point for illegal narcotics from Afghanistan, to Europe, to Africa, and less significantly, to the United States, as well as a key location for narcotics money laundering by international drug traffickers--including possibly from South America.
Clan Bush is tightly plugged in to the UAE through several outlets, not least of which is the Carlyle Group, the planetary investment company long known for its relationship to both presidents Bush and former Secretary of State James Baker.