narly

(g)narly

(ˈnɑrli)
mod. extreme; excellent; great; superior. (California.) This pizza is too gnarly for words!

narly

verb
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NilE-fer Narly of BahceE-ehir University shared in a press statement that even Turkish idioms promote violence against women.
He has been a member of Gosforth Harriers and AC under the guidance of Colin Haggie for narly two years.
Hospice fundraisers Ashleigh Chapman and Kim Bradley with Clair Watson, Lynn Bradley, Olwyn McPhillips, Beccy Narly, Ann Marie Dowson and Chris Darrell.
5 million children are at risk of acute malnutrition and narly 800,000 pregnant women and nursing mothers need nutritional help.
Narly 150 competitions have taken place, with greyhounds from a wide range of grades participating across all tracks.
We know that experts, for example professional golfers or London taxi drivers, have different brain structures or patterns of brain activity from ordinary members of the public," said Narly Golestani, now based at the University of Geneva, Switzerland.
No word on the liturgy of the new ministry, but with this cast of characters in the pews, things could get a little narly.
After narly six months we finally had a one-room house (14' x 32') we could move into.
Nearly 100 people chanting slogans were stopped at the Narly crossroads on the way from Gaziantep by policemen dispatched from the provinces of Adyyaman, Diyarbakyr and Gaziantep.
After a call by main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) KahramanmaraE- deputy Durdu Euzbolat to the KahramanmaraE- governor, the crowd was allowed to congregate in the cemevi (Alevi house of worship) in Narly neighborhood.
NilE-fer Narly, a political sociology professor at BahceE-ehir University, shared her opinions on why young men are so influenced by ISIL, telling Today's Zaman that, despite the fact that there is, as yet, no empirical data to explain the source and motivation of such substantial involvement in the ISIL, some of these young men, who have limited means to reach and achieve their goals, come from the periphery of their countries and they found an ideal to follow by taking sides with ISIL.
Stressing that the dream of a re-establishment of a caliphate lures many young men from home and abroad, and as ISIL claims to have realized this dream, Narly went on to say, "Pursuing such an ideal, in an atmosphere where political Islam is on the rise, attracts those young people who are frustrated with what they have.
Nilufer Narly, political sociology professor at BahceE-ehir University, last week in ystanbul.
Narly also pointed to much-needed legislative reforms, championed by Turkey's robust women's movement, of the Civil Code in 2002 and Penal Code in 2004 from a gender perspective.
Negmar's sub company Narly Feribot yE-letmeciliy-i AE[currency] General Manager BE-lent E[currency]afak said on Sunday in ystanbul that they expected new operators to enter the route.