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AcronymDefinition
GURGround Under Repair
GURGeneral University Requirement
GURGreyhound Underground Railroad (dog rescue)
GURAlotau, Papua New Guinea - Gurney (Airport Code)
GURGenerate Unmatched Item Report
GURGeographic Underwriting Report
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Gur moved to Dubai in March 2017 after four years in the role of chief executive officer for Philips Lighting Turkey.
From the survey, it was confirmed that majority of the total gur producers were tenants who had rented in land from landlords.
1 per cent in June, but will win more seats than the MHP, Gur said.
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So gur making is the best option left as many farmers, particularly small growers, need to clear their land for cultivating wheat.
This was followed by the notun gurer ice cream that came with its own little tub of gur to be poured like syrup over the cool creaminess in your bowl and which took Bengali mishti to a new and international level.
Gur prices are likely to stay in the range of Rs 1,100 to Rs 1,250 in the next one-two months.
The panel included the following participants: Professor Gad Charney, Einat Leader, Hadas Rosenberg Nir, Tal Gur, Dov Ganchrow, Lena Dubinsky and was moderated by Schlomit Bauman.
29 -- Prime Minister Stephen Harper today visited the Gur Sikh Temple in Abbotsford, British Columbia, as part of the year-long centennial celebrations of North America's longest-standing Sikh temple.
This rare account of Irish life mixes ancient Celtic customs with Victorian social values centered in the folklore of Lough Gur.
Turkish outfit company Ramsey's owner Remzi Gur is also a partner of GE Capital Consultancy Corporation.
They came in all shapes and forms-fried, steamed, boiled, cooked in creamy gurer payesh (similar to payasam, only tasting a zillion times better), drizzled with nolen gur (date palm syrup, a winter specialty).