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
On Sunday, the Alaska Airlines Stage lineup includes acoustic finger-style guitarist Will Brown, singer-songwriter Rick Leighton, Eddy Delbridge, folk from Mother Wit (formerly Aroura) and Theo Czuk with Theo's Trio.
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., p.
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.