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But Than Dar ignored them, intent on a traditional Buddhist funeral for her husband in Rangoon.
“My children are traumatised,” Than Dar told a group of reporters in front a large reclining Buddha.
On Sunday Than Dar held the last of the funeral rites for her husband with a food donation ceremony at a monastery.
The family remain close to the democracy icon, who earlier this month sent a letter of condolences to Than Dar.
The 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya by Al-Qaeda killed 224 people.Document Dump Shows Bill Clinton Was Skeptical About Osama bin Laden|Ben Jacobs|July 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But to return to our dialogue: "Excuse me, sir," said the clerk, "did you say your name is spelt with Dar or Tar?"The Cross of Berny|Emile de Girardin
He carried her to a cave and hauled pine straw and put in dar for her to sleep on.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States|Work Projects Administration
He des tuck'n tuck he stan' und' de tree, en he open he mouf, he did, en wait fer de 'simmons fer ter drap in dar.Nights With Uncle Remus|Joel Chandler Harris
De preacher hopped up and looked under de pillar, and dar wuz de money sho nuf.
Mind now what Ise telling yo kase deres tings in dar dat she breck her heart ter lose.Three Little Women|Gabrielle E. Jackson
British Dictionary definitions for dar
Word Origin and History for dar
Arabic word, literally "house," used in place names, e.g. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, literally "House of Peace."