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- proper n. An ancient Sumerian and Amorite city, modern-day Tell Hariri, Syria.
- proper n. A Volga-Finnic people in the Volga region.
- proper n. A Finno-Ugric language spoken by the Mari people in the Mari Republic.
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- n. a member of a rural Finnish people living in eastern Russia
- n. the Finnic language spoken by the Cheremis
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Note 3: George W. Carey, "Paterson Strike of 1913," and David J. Goldberg, "Passaic Textile Strike of 1926," both in Mari Jo Buhle et al., eds.,
Mari is afraid of and angry at Hagino, who pretends as if nothing had happened while in front of other students, but at the same time, somehow, she is attracted to Hagino too.
When the story opens, Mari is running from her husband, who has become insistent that he join her.
It's none other than the Goddess Aphrodite-Mari, from which the Latin word maritare union under the auspices of the Goddes Aphrodite-Mari occurred.
I called Mari Elena and we sat together with our friend, waiting for Maryann to arrive.
The story begins with a young girl, Mari Asai, reading a book at Denny’s after midnight, but it immediately jumps to the unusual, as Mari is greeted by a boy she hasn’t seen in a while who sits opposite her and begins conversing.
Then, perhaps, that of the woman you call Mari will be mine as well .. "
You will also note that this map only shows two of the many fields that exist namely the Mari B field (that sits on the border of Gaza) and the other the Tamar field (that sits on the border with Lebanon).
Production began in 2004 at what is called the Mari-B, and some 2.8 billion cubic metres of gas are piped ashore each year from reserves that may be as large as 22 bcm.
The series follows three people in particular: two siblings Mirai and Yuki and an adult called Mari, however that doesn't stop the creators from showing how everyone else is doing.