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Bur

An ancient Sumerian unit of area approximately equivalent to 64.8 square kilometers.
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Pooja Gosalia, a 31-year-old teacher originally from Mumbai, India, who works in Dubai first came to the UAE with her husband Kunal five years ago and lived in a sublet room in Bur Dubai for around Dh47,000 a year.
But now they are back in Bur Dubai where they were able to get a one bedroom for Dh58,000.
Diamond dental burs were selected and divided into two control and four test groups.
Results: A total of 210 burs were selected for the study which were divided in 6 groups of 35(16.66%) each.
The Bur Dubai police station attended 102,802 cases last year, 33 per cent of which required smart treatment.
The statistics were revealed during the annual inspection of the station in the presence of Colonel Saleh AlHamrani, deputy director-general of department of excellence and leadership, Colonel Khalid Sulaiman, director of inspection and supervision department, Lieutenant Colonel Rashed Mohammed Saleh, deputy director of Bur Dubai Police Station, Major Dr Abdul Razzaq Al Mazmi, head of inspection, and a number of officers.
For the foreseeable future, whenever the roofing system is approached as a whole, there will be a place for asphalt-based BUR products.
No doubt many other species have benefited from the bur oak's productivity and protection.
The old bur oak's leaves are now large and leathery, the green acorns nearly the size of golf balls.
(1994) reported that survival of buffalograss diaspores (hereafter referred to as "burs") is high following passage through cattle (Bos taurus).
HUNTSVILLE HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA CONV & VISITORS BUR 700 Monroe St 35801-5523 Dir: Judy S.
He said councillors, like any other individual, had the right to secrecy and if any person owed tax and negotiated with BURS, the information had to be treated as confidential.