GARU

AcronymDefinition
GARUGeriatric Assessment and Rehabilitation Unit
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Aside the 47 deaths recorded in Garu and Tempane districts, it was also revealed that 5 persons in Bongo district, 2 in Bawku West District and 2 in Kassena-Nanaka Municipality were also killed in the same accident, bringing the death toll in the region to 57.
Sharing his excitement to meet one of his favourite actors, the "Dangal" actor captioned the picture and tweeted: Ran into one of my favourite actors, Superstar Chiranjeevi Garu at Kyoto airport!
TAGC President-elect Ramu Billakanti garu welcomed and wished good health, prosperity and wealth to all the guests on behalf of President Jyothi Chintalapani garu.
The doom awaits the prettiest girl in the group, Lakshmi ( Monali Thakur) as she is singled out by Reddy Garu ( Satish Kaushik), a rich, powerful influential man in a small village in Andhra Pradesh to be taken home.
Prayers for Dharmavarapu Subramanyam garu. God give his family strength..."
Ond tydi Izzy ddim am iddo fynd i drafferth ariannol er ei mwyn hi gan ei bod yn ei garu fel y mae.
WELSH speakers and Welsh learners are being given the chance to say 'dwi'n dy garu di' ('I love you') on St Valentine's Day at ffresh restaurant at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay.
Chief Selwyn Garu, Secretary General of the Malvatumauri announced the council of chiefs had unanimously endorsed the Mele Declaration on Land in Melanesia.
In that regard I must tell you that I will never forget the farewell we received from the youth at the community based rehabilitation centre at Garu. Waving high the Canada flag (which we had presented to the centre) and singing Joy Like a Riv'a In My Soul, they sent us onto the next leg of our journey.
In her preface Sato describes her subjects as "the bobbed-haired, short-skirted modern girl (modan garu); the self-motivated housewife (shufu); and the rational, extroverted professional working woman (shokugyo fujin), each of whom offered Japanese women new identities in the 1920s," (p.
Llanelli ace Rupert even learned Welsh so he could tell Debbie "rwy'n dy garu di" - "I love you."