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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.
In its approach to fighting, "Araban" lacks the sheer obsessive quality of "Die Bad" and the tough, grungy their of "No Blond." But it shares their proletarian slant whereby fists are the only measure of a person's true worth.
Elsewhere in the north, the militants gunned down two ex-mujahideen -- Abdul Ghafoor and Ghulam Haider -- in the Aqcha district centre and the Araban area of Qosh Tepa town.
ARABAN, Aug 1, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek said on Sunday that Turkey not only broke growth record in Europe, but almost broke growth record in the world.
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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.
District chief Ismail Wafa confirmed the incident, saying it occurred in the Araban area.