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attar

An essential oil (e.g., attar of roses). Medicated aromatic oils are not used in the mainstream medical practice.
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Thirty minutes later he was directed toward Twitter user @CaptinMaj who informed Simonarson that he sees Attar every day in his neighborhood.
Hind Al Attar has completed varied stints in HR Operations, HR Business Partnership, Emiratisation, Employee Relations and Service Delivery - all within Noor Bank.
The cost of the wastewater treatment plant of El Attar is 40 MTD.
The application process was started in 2012 by producers of Bulgarian attar of roses in the Kazanlak and Karlovo regions.
Attar had to sell his crop at a throwaway price to a commission agent from Ludhiana's Khanna grain market as his produce was rejected by a government procurement agency since " it did not fulfil the norms".
The distillation and making of attar appears to have been introduced from Persia into the town of Kannauj.
Attar has studied and conducted across the world, including in Jerusalem, New York and Montreal, where he earned his doctorate of music at McGill University.
During a session of interactive dialogue for discussing annual report of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay, Attar said that we hope that the annual report of the high commissioner in every year is to discuss case of the human rights in Palestine in order to stop violations.
I think it really shows that there is progress," said Attar.
didn't trouble the scorers, but Sarah Attar made history at London 2012 yesterday.
According to Sunnah (some actions that are quoted in the Koran as done by God), using Miswakh (teeth cleaning twig), Attar, wearing skullcaps, rosary and Musallah (prayer mat) are considered auspicious.