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Qaryah

In Iraq, a political subdivision equivalent to a village.
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4 -- (BNA): The Chief of Terror Crime Prosecution, Advocate General Ahmed Al Hammadi, said the Prosecution has completed its investigations into the case of the terror group that carried out several bomb blasts targeting security personnel in Al Qarya area and Jannabiya Highway.
The group had set off bombs in the island kingdom's Maqaba, Al Janabiya, Budaiya and Qarya vilages, prosecutor Ahmed Al Hammadi was quoted as saying.
Al Qarya, Dhadna, Al Tubain, Wadi Sidr and Al Siji: Sunday to Thursday -- 9am to 1pm and 8.
Demolition and reconstruction of Al Lehaba Mosque in Qarya Al Olaya - period of implementation 18 months.
155 : Maqqara : qarya min qura bilad al-Zab min a'mal Ifriqiya.
Agency for International Development (USAID), Bechtel subcontracted the Al Mat work to Al Qarya Company, an Iraqi construction firm.
Such a powerful person who combined all these functions in almost all the areas and sectors of this primitive society, in sales and in loans, was also the member of the rich oligarchy of oppressors which is aptly termed by the Quran as "Community of Oppressors", Qarya Zalima.
The group had carried out many bombings in Maqaba, Janabiya, Buadaiya and Qarya regions, resulting in injuries to security personnel, Mr Al Hammadi said.
Al-Hammadi added the group had carried out many bombings in Maqaba, Al-Janabiya, Buadaiya and Qarya regions, resulting in injuries among the security personnel.
The contract for house connections for water and necessary extensions in Qarya Al Olaya at a cost of SR 9,891,000.
Here follow some examples (for a more comprehensive list see Zoller forthcoming): Garhwali syam karka 'woodcock', Wakhi kherk, khirk 'chicken', Burushaski qarqaamuc 'Huhn, Hahn' (with -muc < OIA mrgaci 'bird' [10265]), (25) Pashto qarya 'crow, rook', Ossetic kark 'hen', Late Avestan kahrka- (in compounds), Middle and New Persian kark 'chicken, hen', Tocharian B kranko 'chicken', etc.
Sad al-Ghatis, Albo-Risha, Twiasha, Qarya, Aka, Siha, al-boaitha, al-Mwailhat, Farhan Mubarak, al-Khiet and al-Manahila were among the liberated villages," the source said.