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ar·a·ban

(a'ră-ban),
A homopolymer that yields arabinose on hydrolysis; a constituent of some pectins.
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Turkey is the third country that grows the most in the world in the first quarter," Simsek said while speaking at Justice & Development (AK) Party Provincial Consultation Assembly meeting in Araban town in southern province of Gaziantep.
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People in Samangan are optimistic about an end to the long- existing drought," a farmer in Araban village on the outskirts of Aibak, the capital city, Mullah Bazar, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The ministry spokesman, Muhammad Asif Shinwari, told Pajhwok Afghan News construction work a building for a conference hall at the Araban High School in Jalalabad was already underway with financial support from the Rotary International Institute.
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The NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) carried out the strike at 3am as the militants concealed weapons in a trench in the Araban area of Chak district.