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The symbol "DCR" is being used by the stock exchange for the shares of Dolmen City Reit.
"As a conscientious and disability friendly mall, we took this opportunity to understand how to improve access and facilitation for everyone, because Dolmen mall is for everyone," said Naureen Altaf Khan, General Manager, Marketing Dolmen Real Estate Management.
El descubrimiento reciente de una estela decorada en el dolmen del Alto de la Huesera completa la dispersion del arte megalitico, relativizando la existencia de vacios geograficos.
DOLMEN OF ZAMBUJEIRO AND DOLMEN CHAPEL OF SAO BRISSOS
Constructed in 1892, Hibernia Bank building at One Jones Street was abandoned and had not been an operating property since 1985, standing vacant for 30 years--except when the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) occupied the basement of the building from 1991-2000 as a general neighborhood facility before moving to its new headquarters--until acquired by Dolmen in 2008.
"More importantly, the architecture of Perthi Duon appears to be a blueprint with other Portal Dolmen monuments within what is termed the Irish Province.
3 December 2012 a[euro]" US financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald LP said on Monday it had bought Irelanda[euro](tm)s Dolmen Stockbrokers Ltd, a move that allows it to establish presence in the European country.
Daraa, southern Syria, (SANA)- Several dolmen tombs dating back to the 5th Millennium BC or the Stone--Copper Age (the Eneolithic Age) have been unearthed in several sites in southern Syria such as Ein Zakkar, Tsil, al-Bakkar and Jibilieh to the west of Daraa, in addition to al-Maysara, southeast Daraa.
The EUR100,000 guaranteed No Limit Hold'em event takes place at the Dolmen Hotel, County Carlow, from April 22 to 25.
The 2010 list includes seven Middle Eastern sites: in Bahrain: Suq Al Qaysariya Muharraq; in Iraq: Al Hadba Minaret, Mosul; in Egypt: New Gourna village Luxor, West Bank and the Old Mosque of Shall Fortress, Siwa Oasis; in Israel: Old City of Lod and in the Old City Of Jerusalem, the Cathedral of St James; in Jordan: Damiya Dolmen Field, Jordan Valley.
The average dolmen in Jordan is around three metres long, one metre high and one metre wide, although some reach up to seven metres in length, according to various surveys.
The results--Canal Plus' "Spiral" and "Mafiosa" as well as TFI's "Dolmen"--are among the most-watched series in Gaul and the best of recent fiction exports.