UMARA

AcronymDefinition
UMARAUnited Midget Auto Racing Association
UMARAUnited Martial Arts Referees Association
UMARAUniversity of Maryland Amateur Radio Association (now Amateur Radio Association at the University of Maryland)
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According to him, 'I wish to congratulate my Governor, His Excellency Governor Babagana Umara Zulum, for clocking 50.
'It is also in line with the hadith from the Prophet Muhammad PBUH as narrated by Abu Nu'aim which means 'there are two types of people who, if they are righteous, the people are righteous, and if they are bad, the people are bad, they are the ulama and umara',' he said.
Byline: ZEHRA IQTIDAR, AYESHA ASLAM, SAJID NAEEM, NAZISH ZAFAR and UMARA ADEEM
Students hold protest: The students of government degree college Umara Khan in Samar Bagh on Wednesday staged a protest rally and blocked the Munda Samar Bagh road for some time against closure of their classes.
Byline: Farzana Faiz, Najam Us Saher, Sara Innayat, Umara Siddique and Khawar Khurshid
The Bekaa Water Establishment signed an MoU with USAID, valued at US$ 11 million to replace and rehabilitate potable water networks in Hoch al Umara. The US-based Chemonics International and CDM Smith were contracted to provide technical assistance, training and infrastructure development in all four establishments.
Five AQAP members were killed on Saturday, "in an ambush set by the Houthis in the Umara area near Al-Sama Mountain, in Arhab" the source said.
NNA - Our field reporter in Bek said on Friday that four armed individuals driving a black Cherokee car kidnapped the Syrian Khalil Arbaj as the latter was moving in his car from Hawsh Al Umara where he lives to Blbeck.
Mostly this included sultans, umara, ulama and sufiah, some of whom were also recipients of the dedication of the work.
For example, while Cote d'Ivoire - or Ivory Coast -- has taken a long time to emerge from its civil war, it has remained intact and not been labelled as a failed state, notes the Bank."More pertinently, Nigeria overcame the death of the incumbent president, Umara Yar'Adua, without the military re-involving itself in politics even if the transfer of power did not follow the exact procedures outlined in the constitution.