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According to Scad, most of the agricultural holdings are located in the Al Ain area, which is home to 11,985 agricultural holdings with a total area of 446,898 donums, representing 59 per cent of the total area of agricultural holdings.
According to Petrou, when a customer purchases a car worth over E10,000, they will receive the title deeds to one donum of land through a lawyer in Bulgaria.
According to Petrou, when a customer purchases a car worth over e1/410,000, they will receive the title deeds to one donum of land through a lawyer in Bulgaria.
Donum Musicum, which last year won the Friends of the Royal Academy of Music Prize for chamber music, features Soile Pylkkonen on flute, Eleanor Harrison on violin, Kinga Gaborjani on cello and Pawel Siwczak on harpsichord.
Donum Vitae, a private organization established by Catholic lay persons, issues certificates that are legally required to obtain an abortion in Germany.
Moller-Racke, who is married to restaurateur Saul Gropman, maintains an office with a tasting area at the Donum Estate head-quarters, only a few yards from the grazing sheep.
The lay committee founded Donum Vitae in 1999 as the church hierarchy withdrew its counseling centers from the government system, in which women seeking abortions are required to obtain certificates from approved centers.
"Here, it is necessary to consider what is happening, because every embryo must be considered and treated as a human person in respect of his or her eminent dignity (CDF, Donum vitae, I, 1).
Donum vitae is available from Catholic Insight @ $2.00 per copy.
The hospital will be built on an area of 20 donums (1 Iraqi donum = 2,500 square meters) and will have room for 400 beds, he added.
"The average of production of the donum of wheat will vary between 700kg and 1200kg while the production of the donum of barley will be between 600kg and 800kg," he said.
One Iraqi donum is a measure unit that equals 2,500 square meters.