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  • Arche, which is the fortified palace of the emir and has a modern clock over the door.

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  • "For us, it was very important to do this without military," said Dolores Rescheleit, an aid worker with a German NGO called Arche Nova that provided the food.

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  • As in the best-regulated esoteric societies, the Priory’s grades are impressively complex, being organized into 729 Provinces, twenty-seven Commanderies, and a kind of executive council called the Arche “Kyria” consisting of the top four grades—forty members in all.

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  • It's a large clump of glass high rises and what you would expect to see in any modern day city only its way out on the outskirts and centers around the La Grande Arche which is an odd looking Arc building that is incredibly huge. Recent Updates

  • Keiling believed L'Arche's philosophy of doing with instead of doing for -- enjoying mutual relationships regardless of abilities -- held the promise for a better world. -

  • "Nasha Niva" notes that issues of "Arche" have been confiscated at the border before.

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  • For those looking for a budget option, there's Arche Hotel, which is located in the heart of the city behind the Markthalle.

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  • The last two hits by the sleek, amber-eyed thief took place last week -- targeting the high-end Arche shoe store on Astor Place in the East Village on Thursday and The Body Shop in Forest Hills, Queens, the next day.

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  • In the strike at Arche, which was caught on video, the slick thief donned a cat mask, the source said.

    'Cat woman' strikes in N.Y.

  • She hit up Arche Shoes on Astor Place on Thursday afternoon and made off with $86, police sources said.

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