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De·bré

(dĕ-brā'),
Robert, French pediatrician and infectious disease specialist, 1882-1978. See: Debré phenomenon, Debré-Sémélaigne syndrome, Kocher-Debré-Sémélaigne syndrome.
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When Turkey shot down a Russian plane in Syrian airspace, it committed an act of war against Syria and Russia and brought Turkey's support for terrorism to light, Don Debar, the host of CPR News, an independent daily radio newscast, told Radio Sputnik on Tuesday, Sputnik News reported.
This figure is over 55 percent in Karpos 1, Bunjakovec and Debar Maalo Municipalities.
From the 17th to the 19th centuries, Debar had a well developed woodcarving school.
29 ( ANI ): Janata Dal United (JD-U) leader K C Tyagi on Saturday asked the Chief Election Commissioner to debar leaders like Imran Masood from contesting elections.
Tour operators from Albania will be paid subsidies of 15 euros for every tourist they bring to Macedonia, said Economy Minister Valon Saraqini and added that the interest of tourists from Albania in visiting Lake Ohrid, Debar, Pop-ova Sapka, Mavrovo and the Skopje Old Bazaar was rising rapidly.
The new borders of greater Albania in this map do not coincide whith the present territorial division inspired by the framework agreement considering Tetovo, Gostivar, Debar, Kicevo and Struga are in Macedonia as only a small portion of the mountain range in the western part of the country and certain border zone vil-lage are annexed to the new Albanian state.
Its other manufacturing activity is a debar mill with capacity of 500,000 tonnes per annum.
He was convicted of multiple counts of bribery by a Georgia court in 1988, prompting HUD to debar him indefinitely.
On average, DOT took 301 days to suspend a company after the IG forwarded a recommendation and 415 days to debar a company that was recommended for debarment.
A two-member High Court bench on Sunday issued the judgment, which political sources and officials said would debar about 75 high-profile politicians mostly belonging to former prime minister Khalida Zia's Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and her rival Shaikh Hasina's Awami League from contesting the December 29 general elections.