Gur


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Gur

An ancient Sumerian unit of volume approximately equivalent to 300 liters.
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A productive meeting had also taken place between Dr Mansoor Al Awar and Goktug Gur, in the presence several senior officials, headed by Anissa Abou, head of global specification; Ebru Bilge, head of integrated communications for Middle East, Turkey and Pakistan.
Gur also warns patients about the online advertisements that are promising very high number of graft transplants in one day for low prices.
Direach airson dearbhadh gur e fiorfhireannach a bhitheas gan cleachdach, tha sibhse a' tuigsinn.
Commenting on his latest appointment, Gur said: "I am excited to lead Philips Lighting through an inspiring phase in time and to build further on our regional operations.
"If we are puzzled by the behavior of adolescents, it may help to know that they need to adjust to a brain that is changing in its size and composition at the same time that demands on performance and acceptable behavior keep scaling up," Gur added.
Gur and mishri were an integral part of the border trade commodity list which was agreed upon by both the countries.
There exist plural marketing relations between producers and commission agents at gur and vegetables markets which will be discussed in the following sections.
1 tea-spoon (4 gms) of gur contains about 4-5 mg calcium, 8 mg magnesium, 48 mg potassium, 2-3 mg phosphorus and 0.5 mg iron along with traces of copper, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, and niacin.
The 'devta' summons the 'gur' and speaks through him.
A large number of cane growers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have started producing gur as sugar mills have yet not started purchasing sugarcane from growers.
flavour of notun gur. Then began the mishti revolution of Kolkata,