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Auba has actually no real weaknesses - apart from his fashion style!" It was under Klopp that Aubameyang was transformed into a central striker, with the Reds boss wary of the 30-year-old's overall threat.
What does it say about the direction Dortmund is heading when the rumors of potential replacements for 'Auba' all revolve around strikers of inferior quality?
In addition to ranking AUBA's social sciences and medicine programs at No.
According to police, a rival group ambushed and opened indiscriminate fire on five people who were coming back their homes on motorcycles after viewing a musical programme late night, killing a city police station's constable Sadullah, his brother Ali Rehman and Faizullah on the spot and injuring Hakim Jan and Yousaf of Auba village near Chunda, Yarak.
Among the Roro the cognate term is auba, and Monsell-Davis's account not only describes auba before and after death, but also refers to other terms used of spirits after death, aiha and biriua, which depend on the circumstances of death (1981:235-8).
Barrer llegando la bassura con tiento, ah auba itipe yabo (Montoya, tomo II, 1876 [1640]: 207).
After he lirically described benefits of the Auba river which drives many mills for grain and mills for beer and cloth production he exclaims: "Dear God, what comfort you provide to your poor people, not to be caught in great despair!
Trilla Soler, M; Espluga Capdevila, A; Mengual Mi ralles, N;Bundo Vidiella, M; Juanola Costa, J; Auba Llambrich, J; et al.
Separately, explosives and missile shells were recovered by police in Auba and Dawlatyar districts of Ghor province.