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DAALData Analytics Aceleration Library (Intel)
DAALDublin Area Art League
DAALDocument Access across Languages (open source software)
DAALDental Applications of Advanced Lasers (journal)
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The UK is home to a large population of Asians and they easily found Indian restaurants which served his favourite daal.
As the number of diners increased, due to the daal's popularity, it became difficult to keep a record of how many roti each person had eaten.
For meals, he likes simple daal and rice with mixed vegetables.
Gabriel Quintana hit the next pitch to first baseman Smerling Lantigua, who threw home to force out Daal. Alberth Martinez then popped out to Gallo, who doubled Quintana off first base to end the inning.
This sweet is as traditional as it gets and Daal makhani, Patiyala chaas, Raita and Salad which are already loved by our customers.
We both had fried basmati rice with our dishes, at pounds 2.25 each, and also enjoyed the daal makhani, pounds 4.75, and brinjal, pounds 4.75, a dish of fresh aubergine cooked with tomatoes and punjabi spices, which brought an even bigger smile to Callum's face.
A Daal effort after 68 minutes was cleared by Craig Reid but five minutes later he had better luck.
Five lentil daal' layered paratha' pork curry with mango' steamed jasmine rice' stir fried water spinach.
Among the combinations on offer in the boxes are jeera chicken, dal sag and lemon rice, lamb rogan josh, lamb chilli masala, tarka daal and pilau rice.
Van Daal and Reitsma (2000) compared kindergarten children's reading achievement in a traditional and multimedia environment.
Daal: Daal is an Indian word, which includes dried peas, beans, and lentils which are red, yellow orange, or pink, plus split peas and other legumes.
The flavours on offer in the soup range are Chicken Shorba, Daal Palak, Tom Yum Het, Sambhar, Masoor Daal, and Sweetcorn with Vegetables.