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ATTARAssociation Tunisienne des Techniciens en Anesthésie-Réanimation
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Faced with the lack of job opportunities in Lebanon Attar saw no choice but to sell pens on the street for whatever meager income he could muster.
Speaking about the appointment, Hussain Al Qemzi, CEO, Noor Bank, said, "The appointment of Hind Al Attar as Head of HR will ensure Noor Bank's continued high performance and the efficiency of our operations.
ONAS CEO Rached Ben Romdhane explained the delay recorded in the construction works of El Attar wastewater treatment plant that had started in 2007 by the promoter's inability to complete works in time.
The name Attar means herbalist or druggist, which was his profession.
The winning designs will be seen daily by customers in over 50 outlets worldwide, and their creators will receive an additional prize plus 6 month free internship and mentorship from Asil Attar & Lead Associates, along with a Macbook Pro.
The application process was started in 2012 by producers of Bulgarian attar of roses in the Kazanlak and Karlovo regions.
Attar was in charge of weapons smuggling into Gaza and the construction of attack tunnels, the Israeli military said.
The Ocean of The Soul: Man, The World, and God in The Stories of Farid al-Din Attar.
Attar already provides ground support and equipment at Jeddah Airport from its dedicated facility at the airport.
German orientalist Ritter (1892-1971) presents an encyclopedic account of the ideas in the poetry of 13th-century Persian poet and mystic Attar, a druggist and apothecary by profession who is said to have died during the Mongol invasion of his home city Nishapur.
Attar had to sell his crop at a throwaway price to a commission agent from Ludhiana's Khanna grain market as his produce was rejected by a government procurement agency since " it did not fulfil the norms".
Attar congratulated head of Colombian delegation on the occasion of Medellin city winning the bid to host the next UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly in its 21st session in 2015.