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Encyclopedia > Aras

Aras may refer to:

  • ARAS, the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism, [1]
  • Aras Free Zone, an industrial Zone situated in north-west of Iran, adjacent to Autonomous Rep. Nakhichivan, Armenia and Rep. Azerbaijan.
  • Aras Corp, a provider of Microsoft Enterprise Open Source software
  • Aras, Navarre, a municipality in the autonomous community of Navarre (Navarra), Spain.
  • Aras River that starts in Turkey and flows through Caucasia.
  • Aras (Religion), another name for God in Arian.
  • Aras Baskauskas, the winner of Survivor: Panama.
  • Aras (Lithuania), a special forces unit of Lithuania
  • Aras (band), an Finnish black metal band
  • Aras Trust, [2]
  • Aras Bridge Funds, [3]
  • Aras Co Limited, [4]

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ARA Online (187 words)
If you need to contact an ARA staff member please visit our staff directory to send them an email.
Abbey Spanier Rodd and Abrams, a New York law firm, filed a class action lawsuit on Nov. 19 in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut on behalf of those who purchased shares of United Rentals, Greenwich, Conn., between Aug. 29 and Nov. 14.
ARA Insurance Services agent wins award at Northwest Rental Conference
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