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Sanga

a type of draft cattle with a small cervicothoracic hump and long horns, originating in eastern and southern Africa. It includes many varieties.
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His talent was recently discovered by the restaurant owner, and a short clip of Sangar humming a tune earned the cook a place at the New York University Abu Dhabi's (NYUAD) programme to celebrate culture and heritage, entitled Hekayah.
Additional manpower would then have to be assigned to ensure sangars - sentry points protected by sandbags - were doubled up at all times.
At this time Gdsm Shadrake had just taken over the sentry duty in a sangar at the front entrance to the compound.
Three police officials were killed by their colleagues in Sangar area on Saturday night, the administrative head of Chaharchino, Ismail, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Before that, he worked as Marketing and Sales manager at Hastens Sangar.
The 23-year-old, of the 28 Engineer Regiment, was working to replace the camp's large front gates with other engineers when the soldier began shooting rounds at them from an elevated vantage tower - known as a sangar.
Mohammed Al Shaikh and Bashar Al Sangar were unable to progress in their respective men's categories after facing more experienced opponents.
Their commanding officer was shot in the leg as he returned fire on the insurgent in a sangar, or watchtower, and tried to rescue his men.
At Microsoft, we fully support the actions by the law enforcement authorities to support legitimate retailers and ensure that our customers receive the rich experience provided by the Xbox 360 platform" said Aman Sangar, Interactive Entertainment Business Lead, Microsoft Middle East and Africa.
It's one of the biggest crowds we've seen to date," commented Aman Sangar, Interactive Entertainment Business Category Lead MEA, Microsoft.
Iran's cyberwarfare capabilities are considerably weaker than those in China and Russia, which intelligence officials believe are the sources of a significant number of probes, thefts of intellectual property and attacks on American companies and government agencies," report Thom Shanker and David Sangar.