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hare

see lepus.

calling hare
see pika.
hare fibroma
a poxvirus disease of hares, caused by a leporipoxvirus, characterized by the formation of fibromas.
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Actually Harees is made for Eid, but with my grandmother, any day was Eid when I visited her as a child.
Police found heroin and crack cocaine in the vehicle when Harees Mahmood and Mohammed Ismaeel crashed in Gypsy Lane.
In India, Haleem and Harees are some of the much-loved meaty dishes.
Visitors will also get a chance to try and taste Arabic coffee etiquette, the making and storing of Emirati spices and the preparation and tasting of harees, a dish regularly served at Emirati feasts and weddings.
I made this for Iftar for my family, and it was easy to prepare and my kids loved the Patees and Harees.
The new facilities certainly impressed 10-year-old Harees Hussain.
As an entree I plan on cooking up some harees with ingredients such as scallops, camel milk, cheese and truffle.
The a-la-carte menu showcases an array of starters such as mezza, nakhi or spicy cold gazpachos plus combination of different fresh salad delights and selections of richly-flavoured soups such as the famous harees or jareesh and lamb soup.
Harees, Chairman, Mutur Pradhesiya Sabha were among the special guests and addressed the gathering.
Lobster, salmon and oysters form the basis for a romantic introduction to the meal," said Chef Ernst-Lothar Frank, corporate chef, Royal Catering, "which then evolves into a highly traditional Emirati feast with traditional lamb ouzi, marinated Sultan Ibrahim fish with local spices, the cracked wheat and lamb dish of Harees, as well as Lamb Thareed and Fish Biryani.
The worst damage and most casualties appeared to have been in rural villages surrounding the towns of Ahar, Varzaghan and Harees, near the major city of Tabriz, Iranian media reported.
The worst damage and most casualties appeared to have been in rural villages around the towns of Ahar, Varzaghan and Harees, near the major city of Tabriz, Iranian media reported.