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essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers

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Atar Capital has completed over 60 private equity transactions across 18 countries worldwide.
The ATAR is not the only single measure of success or 'fit' or ability to be a doctor," Prof Fagan says.
Magistrates re-bailed Atar to his new address in Buxton House.
El filme es como una mirada al maestro atar Iosseliani.
Son of a long-dead Ashanti chief, Atar entered my life twenty-five years ago, when he was a young man of twenty.
While Nikou has completed numerous transactions in his private equity career, the FIS acquisition marks the first transaction for Atar Capital in 2016.
The report notes that offers to students with ATARs below 50 represented just four per cent of offers in 2016 and less than 10 per cent of Year 12 offers were made to students with ATARs below 60.
Kofi had been busy; when he was not assisting Atar, he had been dancing.
Japan's Kenjiro Shinozuka won the stage, the longest section of the contest covering some 375-miles between Bir Mogrein and Atar in Mauritania, despite a pun cture setback.
According to SME Foundation, Agar Atar Cluster in Moulvibazar earns Tk 60 crore in foreign currency a year, employs around 45,000 people in around 350 processing factories.
A statement released by the Atar community of Jonglei on Sunday also confirmed reports of fighting in Jonglei, claiming that Bumas, Wun-kiir Anyang, Ayol-yol (Wun-Mijak) and Patang were attacked, cattle stolen and a number of villages burnt.
The goal of the ATAR is to strengthen the business climate of Afghanistan to enable private investment, enhanced trade, job creation, and fiscal sustainability through the critical Transition period and continuing into the Transformational
traditional Atar area, in a move that halted voter registration,
Although most of the Project resources are focused on assistance to Afghanistan, ATAR plans to operate in four Central Asian countries (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan) to support each country s objectives to advance regional integration and trade.