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A·ran

(ah-rahn'),
François A., French physician, 1817-1861. See: Aran-Duchenne disease, Duchenne-Aran disease.

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Chapter 3 explores some of the implications of postcolonial theory for the Aran Islands.
The sustainable management and use of 1 011 ha of priority habitats on the Aran Islands, with the demonstration of the above methodologies to around 220 local farmers;
Laura says: "There was something almost magical about Aran.
Lt-Col bin Aran announced that no major traffic accidents were reported during the Eid Al Adha holiday.
The court heard the 63-year-old victim had approached two tour guides at the pier-side, 150ft from the Doolin to Aran Ferry office.
During the workshop Aran Gimeno, who brought along fellow company member Jorge Puerta Armenta as an observer, was a guest artist for two theater classes and participated, with Puerta Armenta, in a moderated discussion during a dance seminar.
Synge: "Go to the Aran Islands and find a life that has never been exposed in literature.
As this syntax tried its best--at times cleverly, at times futilely--to organize sense, the nature of what Aran calls "bureaucratic formalism" comes into focus.
He told the inquest that he, Mrs Kaur and Aran, a pupil at All Saints C of E Primary School in West Bromwich, had been passengers in a car driven by a distant relative when it took a minor dirt-track road and tried to cross the railway line.
After taking in the view north to the Rhinog mountains, turn right across the open moorland following the ridge fence as it heads northeast to the summit of Aran Fawddwy, which is now in view.
Aran Insurance Services Group President and CEO John LaCava commented, “Along with our long-standing partner Liberty Agency Underwriters, Aspen American Insurance will allow MiniCo to more completely support and service both self-storage owners and their tenants.
Meade described his death as "heartbreaking" and reiterated his belief that without injuries Aran Concerto could have been "as good a horse as we've had".