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  • proper noun an ethnic people of Ethiopia
  • proper noun their language

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Examples

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

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

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

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

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