noun, genitive A·rae [ey-ree, air-ee]. /ˈeɪ ri, ˈɛər i/. Astronomy.
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Hadeel, a vivacious 27-year-old from the Wadi Ara region, teaches Arabic in a Jewish Israeli elementary school.
With Ara, she said, "it was not so much about hair and much more about creation of a fantasy."
Ara Gallant was the hairstylist-turned-photographer who pioneered the glamour of the 1970s.
"Ara Gallant isn't really 'hired' for shootings," wrote Blair Sabol in the Village Voice in 1970.
Huston writes in the book that Ara Gallant was "an influencer, a mentor, an advisor, a director, a comrade in arms."
It was then brought to the altar (ara) by the side of which stood a portable brazier (foculus).The Religion of Ancient Rome|Cyril Bailey
Trignn ara kai pktidn kai pantn organn hosa polychorda kai polyarmonia dmiourgous ou threpsomen.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
Here the crystal mountains are found; and here the three different species of the ara are seen in great abundance.Wanderings in South America|Charles Waterton
Arachis (ara-kis), a genus of leguminous plants much cultivated in warm climates, and esteemed a valuable article of food.
The dread of the Ain ara exists among all classes of the Moors.Gatherings From Spain|Richard Ford