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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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The cooperation with the parties led by Hristijan Mickoski, Ziadin Sela and Bilall Kasami started in December last year when the then-mayor of Debar passed away and when the number of allied opposition council members rose to exceed the number of the rest.
--Ranchers in Debar and Centar Zupa municipalities had 20 thousand lambs.
The state government had earlier passed legislation to ensure that the new post for Achuthanandan would not debar him from continuing to be a member of the state assembly.
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.
The Debar villages of Banjiste and Kosovrasti are rich in thermal mineral springs and two modern spa resorts of the same names have been built there.
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.
DENNIS DEBAR has spent his professional life working in capacities of service.
Its other manufacturing activity is a debar mill with capacity of 500,000 tonnes per annum.
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.
Local police officers ran Operation Debar in Rhymney with the DVLA, the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) as well as police officers from the ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) team.
For her own safety, her naivety about such matters should automatically debar her from even being in such a potentially-hazardous environment.