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She arrived in Arawa, the largest town and former capital of the ARoB, in January.
According to the inside of the dust jacket, AROB has love as its central theme; it is a subject which, Livingstone said, "makes fools of us all" (Ullyatt, 1976:49).
Israeli soldiers searched and ransacked homes in Sourif town and Al Arob refugee camp in southern west Bank before arresting g three civilians.
Ajok Arob is harmless yet principled and her determination to make her point ticks all the wrong boxes in a climate of fear.
ARob Richards hat-trick and a goal by Simon Stokes gave Carnetown BGC a 4-2 win over their Second Division visitors Ferndale BC.
SEVEN is a lucky number for some, and when Birmingham restaurateur Arob Ali had his seventh child he decided it was time to move into a bigger property.
Winners of the betterball were Llanymynech pair R W Jones and A Arob with 45 points, two clear of R Sheard and W Foulkes from Hill Valley.
ARob Roy won the Cup in 1921 and St Roch's in 1922 but without anyone of that name in their line-ups.
Located in central Bougainville--the Autonomous Region of Bougainville (ARoB)--it provides better access for patients in the south.
Ashai Arob Bagat, the daughter of the veteran journalist, Arob Bagat Tongluth, quoted Makuei as saying "Alor (Deng) is suffering from an identity crisis.
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