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  • proper n. an ethnic people of Ethiopia
  • proper n. their language


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  • The coffee grown in Abyssinia is classified commercially into two varieties: Harari, which is grown principally in the district around

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  • The Harari is the fruit of cultivated _arabica_ trees grown in the province of Harar, and mostly in the neighborhood of the city of

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  • There is also a large district of coffee plantations producing a very good grade called "Harari", which is considered almost, if not quite, the equal of the Arabian Mocha.

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  • He, Michelle and family will be forced into exile in some place friendly to him, such as Havana or Harari.

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  • Case in point: SanDisk CEO Eli Harari, 64, who's been at the $3.5 billion company for 22 years.

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  • Her ex-boyfriend Jon Harari , 29, who comes from investment banking Lehman Brothers, Sun Microsystems, handles e-commerce and finance.

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  • "I think it's hard for my mom to accept that I'm not even trying to find a job," says Ms. Harari, who notes that her mother is otherwise supportive.

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  • Jacob Harari describes the first pogrom in the Polish town of Ludmir and his family's deportation to the ghetto.

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  • Eli Harari: In 1992 SanDisk was a private company and we had come very close to running out of money.

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  • "Hamas's infrastructure in the West Bank has been very heavily hurt by ongoing operations by the Palestinian Authority and the Israeli army the last two or three years, and not many cells are left there that can operate," said Gen. Harari.

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